Frontier Airlines extends the unlimited flight pass for children

Ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines is updating the rules for its new flight permit launched this month. The Denver-based airline announced Tuesday that its all-you-can-fly pass called “GoWild!” now includes child eligibility and is available at a discounted price for a limited time.

The membership offers travelers unlimited flights to any of Frontier’s domestic and international destinations for a fixed annual price. The airline said flights to and from US destinations can be booked and confirmed up to a day before departure. International flights can be booked and confirmed starting ten days before the day of departure.


Discount for a limited time

Membership is available for a discounted price of $799 until November 30th. The airline also said travelers who purchase the child pass by Wednesday will receive a voucher.

“A limited number of subscriptions will be available at this price; sale ends at 11:59 PM MST on November 30, 2022 – Plus, for every pass purchased for a child under 18 before 11:59 PM MST on November 30, receive a 200 Flight Voucher USD!”

Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple flight

After November 30, the pass will be available annually for $1,999. Frontier Airlines vice president of marketing Tyri Squyres said popular demand prompted the airline’s decision to make children eligible for the pass.

“Since the launch of GoWild! Pass earlier this month, we received countless requests to include children in the program. We have worked hard to build the program infrastructure to make this happen and are now excited to expand the program to include children. , who can now enjoy the unlimited flying benefits of GoWild! with their parents.” – Tyri Squyres, Vice President of Marketing Frontier Airlines

Pass the rules

An adult must purchase passes for children under 18, and both purchaser and child must be US residents. The airline said pass holders under 13 must be signed in by their parent or legal guardian. Children at least 14 years old must travel with a passenger who is at least 15 years old.

Passengers who purchase GoWild! can start travel on May 2, 2023 and will be valid for 12 months. The pass does not include taxes, fees and charges such as seats, carry-on bags and food or drinks on board. In addition, flights are subject to blackout dates. Blackout periods, which include major holidays, are listed on the carrier’s website.

Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple flight

Participating travelers cannot earn miles or status through the airline’s frequent flyer program, Frontier Miles. Instead, travel counts as activity and extends the pass holder’s Frontier Miles expiration.

All you can fly

Frontier debuted with GoWild! Stop by on November 17th. The airline said the single pass gives travelers freedom and flexibility throughout the year.

“GoWild! Pass is a great opportunity for people with flexible schedules who can hop on a flight at short notice and take advantage of the huge number of airline seats that become available each year.” said Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle.

All-you-can-fly subscriptions have caught the attention of consumers in recent years. Frontier is the latest airline to introduce such a model, with Seattle-based Alaska Airlines launching its first city-to-city pass program earlier this year.

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