Photo Galleries »

Frontier Airlines Inaugural Flight at McGhee Tyson

After a Knoxville welcome, Frontier Airline’s inaugural flight takes to the sky.

Photo by Jolanda Jansma

After a Knoxville welcome, Frontier Airline’s inaugural flight takes to the sky.

Photo Rating:
Gallery Rating:

  • Frontier Airlines, “A Whole Different Kind of Animal,” is ready to take off for Denver.
  • Nikki Edwards from the Knoxville Zoo brought Gretel, a Mexican porcupine, to help celebrate the first Frontier Airlines flight from Knoxville to Denver. Frontier, which has animals on the tail of their planes, has the slogan “A Whole Different Kind of Animal.”
  • Jan Myers with the Knoxville Zoo lets Frontier passenger Lauren Weaver get acquainted with a white chinchilla.
  • Teresa Collins from the Knoxville Zoo brought Olly to the airport to welcome Frontier Airlines.
  • Frontier pilots Iver Osbourne and Marcus Doege were ready for the plane’s inaugural flight from Knoxville to Denver.
  • After a Knoxville welcome, Frontier Airline’s inaugural flight takes to the sky.
  • Bill Marrison, president of the Knoxville Metropolitan Airport Authority, welcomes visitors, ticket holders and dignitaries from Frontier Airlines to Knoxville for their inaugural flight to Denver.
  • Cutting the ribbon to welcome Frontier Airlines are Danni Varlan with East Tennesseans for Airline Competition; Cliff Van Leuven, vice president with Frontier Airlines; Bill Marrison, president of the Knoxville Metropolitan Airport Authority; and Knoxville Mayor Daniel Brown.
  • Grayson and Sydney Petersen get a wave from Ariel and zoo keeper Jan Myers.

Related Stories for Frontier Airlines Inaugural Flight at McGhee Tyson

Comments on this photo » 0

Be the first to post a comment!

Features