Frontier Airlines is going through a stock market crash, with the airline going through what is now called a stock split, where it splits with two separate companies that are competing for the same market.
But Frontier’s stock is still going strong and, despite a drop in its stock price, the stock continues to have a lot of momentum.
Here are some important takeaways from the stock’s market rally.
The company is still up 7.5% after the stock splitThe company’s stock price has jumped over 60% since December 31, according to the data provider Quantcast, which is based in New York City.
Frontier has a market cap of $1.5 billion, according the Quantcast data.
That means Frontier’s total value is $6.4 billion, and that is nearly twice the value of its nearest competitor, Air New Zealand.
Frontier’s market cap is more than twice the size of the combined market cap for its three closest competitors.
This is a major turnaround for Frontier, which was down more than 10% in 2015.
The stock is down from a high of $13.85 on December 31.
But this is still an extremely profitable airline.
In 2014, Frontier reported $1 billion in net income and $1,600 in net profit in its most recent fiscal year.
The airline has been growing at a rapid rate.
Frontier said in 2016 that its average daily passenger numbers increased by a whopping 60% year-over-year, and its total revenue increased by 43%.
The company has more than a billion passengers per year and has over 3,000 employees.
Its employees are primarily based in the U.S., and it has a presence in almost 30 countries around the world.
But it also has a large number of customers who travel outside of the U