Frontier Airlines Updates Change Fee Policy

Get.com 9/17/2019

AAA World Article

Thinking of flying with Frontier Airlines soon? Take note the ultra-low-cost carrier has updated its change fee policy. Some passengers will see a rise in change fee while others will see the fee eliminated.

Here's a quick rundown on what you can expect with the updated change fee policy:

  • For those who make changes 60 or more days before their flight, they will pay $0 in change fees.
  • For those who make changes 59 to 14 days before their flight, they will pay a $79 change fee if their tickets were purchased on or after September 13. This represents a $30 increase in change fee compared to what the budget carrier used to charge for changes made 59 to 14 days prior to departure.
  • For those who make changes 13 days or less before their flight (including same day changes), the change fee remains the same at $119.

Frontier Airlines' latest move is aimed at encouraging passengers to purchase its WORKS bundle when booking their tickets.

Frontier Airlines customers who purchase the WORKS bundle at time of booking their tickets will enjoy one free checked bag, one free carry-on bag, seat selection, priority boarding, flight flexibility, - plus the benefit of a fully refundable purchase, including the cost of the WORKS bundle.

Essentially, Frontier Airlines' WORKS bundle is designed to let customers book their tickets in advance with greater confidence. You may learn more about Frontier Airlines' WORKS bundle here, along with the terms and conditions.


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