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DENVER (AP) — Frontier Airlines canceled flights for the fifth straight day and arranged charter flights for some passengers Monday as hail damage kept many of its planes out of service at the height of the summer travel season.

With about 20 percent of its Airbus fleet in the shop, Frontier canceled 39 flights Monday and scratched another 15 flights Tuesday, bringing its total cancellations since Wednesday evening’s storm to nearly 220. However, the airline has contracted with charter airlines to replace 36 flights this week, and analysts didn’t expect the ordeal to significantly hurt Frontier’s earnings.

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