This is the first Frontier Airlines formed in June 1950 from a merger of Arizona Airways, Challenger Airliines and Monarch Airlines. Frontier's last published timetable was dated September 3, 1986. It never went into effect because the airline halted operations and filed bankruptcy the week before.
Frontier flew to many large and small (really small) cities from the west coast to the midwest.
People Express bought Frontier in October 1985 and ran it as a separate division unil August 1986 when Frontier ceased operations.
The front of this 31 page timeable had very colorful art work with a Las Vegas theme. The inside cover had a double page vacatioin destination ad for Phoenix and Las Vegas.
The back cover showed a typical midwest looking flight attendant with a country style apron serving a meal tray. Frontier was using a motto of 'First class legroom at coach prices'. They had single class service with more leg room and served first class meals on jet service. It also says on most lunch and dinner flights meals feature a complimentary personal size bottle of imported Mateus wine with each meal.
The timetable does not have a route map or must info for passengers. It did show symbols showing which flights had a meal service or snack service, and which flights had a Happy Hour two for one cocktails. It did point out that some flights were operated by indepentent contractors airlines and by
RW-Hughes Air West.
They didn't even say what the flight numbers in bold type meant.