Frontier passengers spend 5 hours on tarmac, others wait overnight for luggage

Frustration with Frontier Airlines grows

DENVER – There was a sea of luggage at the Frontier baggage claim area at Denver International Airport that grew as time passed Sunday morning.

The luggage, which came from several canceled Frontier flights, was being directed to the baggage claim area. But an excess of luggage wasn’t the only issue the airline faced.

Hundreds of passengers who flew into Denver from Atlanta waited five hours on an icy tarmac before being de-boarded. Passengers told Denver7’s Amanda del Castillo that officials kept saying the delay would only last another hour.

The aircraft landed at around 1 a.m. At 5 a.m. passengers were reportedly told a bus would come to shuttle them to the main terminal. Relief didn’t come until just before 6 a.m.

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