Frontier Decides Selling Tickets Is Good. Extends Schedule.

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    Earlier this week I wrote about how the Frontier booking window for reservations only extended through October 20th, which was less than four months away. This seemed really odd given that a lot of families and budget travelers in general are starting to think about holiday travel. It was also the shortest booking window among the US carriers, by far. In that post, I also pointed out that Frontier assesses a $15 "close-in" ticketing fee on award tickets issued for travel within 180 days. That seems kind of ridiculous given that their schedule was only open for 120 days. Frontier President Responds “Historically Frontier’s schedule construction delivered a complex operation that resulted in challenges to on-time and reliability performance. The New Frontier has recently spent thousands of man hours and extensive coordination of efforts in producing a simpler operational design to improve the overall customer experience." The post Frontier Decides Selling Tickets Is Good. Extends Schedule. appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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