Frontier Airlines may have a reputation as a cheap no-frills carrier but the same can’t be said about some of its employees.
And by some, we mean captain Gerhard Bradner. Bradner was in charge of a Denver-bound flight when severe thunderstorms and rainfall hampered the journey.
The flight from Washington D.C. to the Mile High city was expected to last three hours. But that eventually morphed into a seven-hour exercise in patience with a diversion to Cheyenne, Wyoming for two and a half hours Monday night.
That’s when Bradner got hungry. But rather than order something only for himself, the pilot called in and paid for 30 pizzas for the all passengers on board his Airbus A320 aircraft.
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