Edward the Bald Eagle

Edward the Bald Eagle


Edward the Bald Eagle is our third A321neo, third GTF-powered aircraft, and third of three special Pratt & Whitney liveries. The plane is named after Edward “Eddie” Hall, who was a Tuskegee Airman, and one of the first African-American military aviators in the United States Armed Forces during WWII and a metallurgist at Pratt & Whitney for more than 30 years. The aircraft marks the third of 144 A320neo family aircraft – 134 purchased and 10 leased – for which Frontier has selected Pratt & Whitney GTF™ engines.

Aircraft Information

Aircraft Model: Airbus A321-271NeoX

Aircraft Registration: N603FR

Seat Capacity: 240

Engine Type: PW1133GA-JM

First Flight: 12/09/22

Final Assembly Location: USA



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