Frontier is reducing April flight capacity by more than 90%, the largest cutback announced to date by a mainline U.S. carrier.

"It is the company's belief that, if there is strong compliance with the U.S. government's current guidance for Americans to stay at home for an additional 30 days, the airline will be in a position to gradually build flight capacity back up to as much as 35% in May and 100% in the latter half of the year," the carrier said in a statement.

Frontier added that for the next several weeks, it will focus on implementation of innovative aircraft cleaning and sanitation methods as well as enhancements to operational systems.

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