The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit concluded that a district court was correct in granting summary judgment in favor of Frontier Airlines in a claim brought by a flight attendant who alleged she was fired in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, finding her proposed accommodations were plausibly reasonable.

As a recovering alcoholic, Rebecca Brigham, a flight attendant, wanted to avoid overnight layovers because they were a temptation to drink, according to the opinion. Brigham asked Frontier to excuse her from the bidding system for flight schedules or to reassign her to the general office.