Cheyenne, Wyo.-based Great Lakes Aviation has won the right to serve 20 new markets under its recently signed code-share contract with Frontier Airlines. The expanded deal brings to 35 the total number of cities Great Lakes will serve under the Frontier code. Now flying to 16 cities under the Frontier code (eight of which were added November 15), Great Lakes will add a further 20 destinations on December 14.
Investigation has started into the crash of Piper Cheyenne N6134A about 10 mi northeast of Graham, Texas, that killed the pilot and his three passengers, all residents of Graham, which is about 75 mi west of Fort Worth. The twin turboprop crashed and burned the night of November 13 while attempting to reach Graham Municipal Airport on a flight from Wharton, Texas.
Cheyenne owners now have an option for RVSM certification, in the form of a Jettech kit available for all Cheyenne 400LS models equipped with the Collins APS-65 or King KFC 400 autopilot. The company is working on an STC for those equipped with a KFC 300. It will sell for $159,000 and include a new air data computer, digital altimeter and associated pitot-static and wiring upgrades.