- Associated Press - Monday, September 22, 2014

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Frontier Airlines will suspend its service at Bismarck Airport effective Jan. 5.

Airport Manager Gregory Haug on Monday said the airline has notified the airport about its decision. Haug says the carrier is evaluating whether to offer flights in and out of Bismarck on a seasonal basis.

The airline offers passenger service between North Dakota’s capital and Denver International Airport.

Frontier spokesman Todd Lehmacher says Bismarck’s airport “has performed in line with expectations,” but hasn’t “shown the strength necessary” for year-round service.

Lehmacher says customers with travel booked after Jan. 5 will be given a full refund.

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