Frontier Airlines Drops Price on ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ Pass


FILE - A Frontier Airlines jetliner taxis to a runway to take off from Denver International Airport Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Denver. Frontier Airlines' parent company is buying Spirit Airlines in a $2.9 billion cash-and-stock deal that will allow the combined airline to be more competitive against its larger rivals. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
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(AURN News) — Frontier Airlines has slashed the price of its ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ annual pass, granting unlimited access to the airline’s domestic and international travel network. The 2024-2025 GoWild! Annual Pass, unveiled by Frontier President James Dempsey, is now available at an all-time low of $499, a price tag that also includes complimentary Silver Elite status.

“Throughout 2023, thousands of GoWild! pass holders have enjoyed all-you-can-fly travel to a wide variety of Frontier’s domestic and international destinations,” Dempsey said in a press release.

“For anyone with flexibility in their travel plans, the pass is a great value and a terrific opportunity to travel affordably,” he added.

Pass holders will have the flexibility of booking confirmations one day before their U.S. flights and ten days in advance for international trips. Notably, the cost of airfare for pass holders is 1 cent, with additional charges encompassing taxes, fees, and other applicable costs.

The $499 pass offers a twelve-month window covering travel from May 1, 2024, to April 30, 2025. However, there are restrictions that include blackout dates and the pass does not cover seat and bag purchases. To secure the deal, travelers must book their flights exclusively through the airline’s official website.

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