Have you ever had a flight that was delayed or cancelled? Did the airline move you to another airline so you could get where you needed to go? Do you think it’s fair for an airline to move some passengers to another airline during delays or cancellations but not move others?
Frontier Airlines is lowering their change fees across the board. Effective immediately, the airline has eliminated change fees if you change your flight more than 90 days ahead of time. They’re also lowering fees for changes closer in. This is definitely a positive move.
Frontier Airlines has a new elite program and a new credit card that offer a host of new benefits. From free changes and refunds to complimentary carry-on and checked bags, there’s lots to like. Oh, did I mention that the credit card makes it much easier to earn elite status?
My month in pictures took me to Salt Lake City, Carson City, Denver, Seattle, Reno, Fresno and Washington DC. Along the way I snapped a few pics I liked and a bunch that remind me of what a crazy travel month it was.
I flew low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines to see just how bad it was. And, to save some money for my company. Turned out not to be that bad. Check out my quick review on the Big Front Seat and whether you should fly Spirit Airlines.