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Frontier Offers ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ Summer Pass for $399

The ULCC is giving passengers the opportunity to buy an 'unlimited' summer pass.

An A321 in Frontier’s “Spot the Jaguar” livery on approach into Las Vegas. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Frontier Airlines is offering passengers the opportunity to ‘access unlimited flights’ from May through September by purchasing a summer pass. The ‘2024 GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly™ Summer Pass’ is currently on sale at $399 for a limited time giving access to flights across the airline’s domestic and international networks. The airline’s annual ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ pass extends from May 1, 2024 through April 10, 2025 for a current cost of $599. In addition, Frontier Airlines began offering a monthly pass last year and has offered a ‘Fall & Winter’ pass that extends from early September through the end of February.

James Fenner, Frontier Airlines’ vice president, of pricing and revenue management, said in a press release: “Thousands of GoWild! pass holders are enjoying spontaneous, affordable travel to destinations across the began continental U.S., Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Latin America. The GoWild! Summer Pass is a great fit – and a great gift – for anyone with flexibility in their travel plans, including students and new graduates, teachers, families, retirees, and remote workers.”

Passholders can confirm domestic travel the day before departure and international travel 10 days before departure paying $0.01 in airfare plus applicable taxes, fees, and charges at the time of booking. There is also a provision for booking flights outside of the standard booking windows that may incur an ‘early booking charge.’ Passholders need also be aware that available seats are ‘capacity controlled, limited in quantity and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.’

Add-On Services

In a further enhancement to the ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ passes, the purchase of ancillary services such as seat allocations and baggage additions will accrue miles, as will the initial purchase of the pass, based on dollars spent. Though passes can only be purchased by those over 18, they can be held by under 18-year-olds, with certain conditions dependent on age.

A further condition is that only those residents in the United States can be pass holders. Those who may consider purchasing the summer pass, or any of the ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ passes, should also be aware that some dates of travel particularly around holiday periods may be blacked out.

The ultra-low-cost carrier’s schedule is also expanding, giving pass holders who may fly out of Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) 10 new destinations to choose from. The additional destinations with services commencing in May include Portland, Maine (PWM), Chicago O’Hare (ORD), St. Louis (STL), and Kansas City (MCI).

“From the Midwest to the East Coast and from Maine to Florida, these new routes span much of the country and represent our continued commitment to growth from PHL,” said Barry Biffle, the airline’s chief executive officer. “In fact, PHL will see the second largest increase in daily departures on Frontier this summer among our major operational bases.”

John Flett


  • John Flett

    John has always had a passion for aviation and through a career with Air New Zealand has gained a strong understanding of aviation operations and the strategic nature of the industry. During his career with the airline, John held multiple leadership roles and was involved in projects such as the introduction of both the 777-200 and -300 type aircraft and the development of the IFE for the 777-300. He was also part of a small team who created and published the internal communications magazines for Air New Zealand’s pilots, cabin crew and ground staff balancing a mix of corporate and social content. John is educated to postgraduate level achieving a masters degree with Distinction in Airline and Airport Management. John has held the positions of course director of an undergraduate commercial pilot training programme at a leading London university. In addition he is contracted as an external instructor for IATA (International Air Transport Association) and has been a member of the Heathrow Community Fund’s ‘Communities for Tomorrow’ panel.

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