Frontier Is Launching an Unlimited Flight Pass Good for 12 Months of Travel

Use the pass to visit any Frontier-operated destination for $599 per year

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Could unlimited flight passes be a travel trend that's here to stay? After Alaska Airlines announced its unlimited subscription ticketing program earlier this year, others followed. Now, Frontier Airlines is joining in: The Denver-based airline revealed this week that it plans to launch its first all-you-can-fly pass, available on May 2, 2023.

The airline's GoWild! Pass will grant travelers unlimited flights to all Frontier-operated destinations for over 300 days within 12 months at a price tag of $599 per year, plus a combination of taxes and fees for each flight that are estimated to begin at approximately $14.60 per person. Blackout dates will apply, and are listed as follows through May 2024:

  • May 25, 26, 29
  • June 29 - 30
  • July 1-5, 8, 9
  • August 31
  • September 1, 4
  • October 5, 6, 9
  • November 18, 22, 24-27
  • December 16, 17, 22-24, 26-31
  • January 1, 15
  • February 15, 16, 19
  • March 3, 10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31
  • April 5 -7, 12-14

Travelers will be able to book unlimited flights between any Frontier-supported U.S. destinations and Puerto Rico. Service to Mexico, Jamaica and the Bahamas is not included.

On a sign-up page launched for potential customers, the airline states travelers who purchase the pass "will be able to get confirmed for [their] flight the day before [they] take off," meaning that the pass will only be valid for booking flights one day in advance. That restrictive timeframe could make the pass less useful for those who need guaranteed seats on a flight with more than one day's notice.

Given that more than five million seats flew empty last year alone, it isn't surprising that the airline may be using this opportunity to fill unoccupied seats, which would explain the last-minute restriction. As a low-cost airline, travelers should also expect to pay fees on Frontier flights for amenities like water, snacks, checked bags, and more.

The only catch? The pass will auto-renew at $1,999 the second year unless you cancel in time. That price is a bit heftier than Alaska Airlines' pass, which began at $49 per month for more limited options and rose to $749 for a more flexible version. In 2010, JetBlue offered a 30-day flight pass that cost between $499 to $699, with the more expensive tier including weekend travel.

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