Most flights always have empty seats, so the aircraft goes on board without the maximum capacity of the crew. In this case, Frontier Airlines is working on an initiative who sees it as the basis of the offering Unlimited flights some of his customers, This will be a unique opportunity for the frequent travelers who will benefit more from being a part of the programme. Some loyalty club members were able to get a glimpse through an email sent to them on Wednesday, GoWild! With the announcement of the pass.
in statements to the media insider, a spokesperson for low cost flight company Be assured that this program is an opportunity to take advantage of fly “as far as possible” and that Frontier customers will be able to buy for one price, However, we will have to wait a little longer to know all the details, as they will not be made public until next month.
This benefit is needed and the email sheds more light on the benefits to the airline as well. ,Last year alone 50 lakh seats flew emptyNow they can be yours with your new GoWild! Pass You’ll be able to get your flight confirmation the day before you fly on one of your unlimited adventures starting in the spring of 2023″.
In this way, passengers will fly more and Frontier will somehow bear the cost of so many vacant seats, According to the email cited by insider, There are many benefits of having a pass, the most important of which is opportunity. Take Unlimited Flights to All Frontier Destinations for 12 Months, In addition to the possibility of traveling more than 300 days of the year and confirmed total flexibility with pre-travel reservations.
Although everything seems ideal, The reality is that blackout dates are likelyEspecially on very high season, holidays and Sundays. insider He stressed that it is unclear how far in advance reservation confirmations need to be made, so perhaps travelers will need a higher degree of flexibility.
The email was sent to Frontier Loyalty Club members who had first access to join the list for more information, where the price will be disclosed Joe, Airline Advanced, has “wild discount rateIt will also be necessary to consider that passes will be limited and will be on a first come, first served basis.
The Denver-based airline is not the first to take such an initiative. For example, Southwest Airlines has a Companion Pass, where frequent flyers eligible for it can bring a fellow passenger only by paying taxes and fees. JetBlue Airways had the same in 2010 and it stood for “all you can fly”. On that occasion, it offered unlimited flights for 30 days at a price of $699. If you chose not to travel on Friday or Sunday, it was $499.