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Frontier Airlines Has a New Inflight Menu, Including This Nostalgic Treat

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Childhood nostalgia is making a comeback onboard Frontier Airlines. The ultra-low-cost carrier is debuting a refreshed inflight menu, featuring a new selection of snacks and drinks including an Eggo Grab & Go waffle, a first in the industry.

Let’s dive into all the tasty details.

Frontier’s New In-Flight Offerings

Denver-based Frontier Airlines is revamping its inflight menu with new items available starting November 1, 2023.

Perhaps the star of the show is an Eggo Grab & Go waffle, a Belgian-style waffle made with pearl sugar, giving this sweet snack an added crunch around the exterior. It’s the first-ever ready-to-eat Eggo waffle, which means there’s no toaster required to enjoy these treats.

Eggo Waffle Frontier
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“The Eggo Grab & Go waffle is a great choice for air travel,” said Anthony Iorio, Manager of Onboard Retail & Catering Operations at Frontier Airlines. “Our customers are going to love the sweet deliciousness of the Belgian-style waffle, which is going to be a huge hit both for breakfast and as a snack at any time of day.”

Hot Tip:

Just like most other carriers, low-cost Frontier Airlines is moving to a spend-based loyalty program starting next year. Here’s the full scoop on Frontier’s new program starting in 2024.

Other new “Fly Bar” offerings include Pringles Original flavor, Hershey Kiss Classic Cookie, Nutty Omega Trail Mix, Starburst Sour Gummies, Takis Fuego, Fanta Orange, Swiss Miss Milk Chocolate, Twisted Tea, and BuzzBox Premium Cocktails.

The airline will continue to offer its existing buy-on-board bundles and snack packs, including its popular cheese tray, and refreshments like Tito’s Vodka, Bailey’s Irish Cream, Voodoo Ranger IPA, and Brut Dargent Sparkling Wine.

As Frontier Airlines is an ultra-low-cost airline, it follows the standard low-cost strategy when it comes to extras like seat assignments, checked bags, snacks, etc. All of this is to say you can expect to pay for just about everything beyond your (unassigned) seat, unless, of course, you opt for one of the carrier’s bundle packages.

Final Thoughts

Frontier’s new inflight menu is a nod to nostalgia with a variety of sweet and savory treats, including an Eggo Grab & Go waffle. For the first time, it’s possible to go with Eggo at 35,000 feet.

This will likely be a hit with flyers who are looking for an onboard snack that’s a whole lot different than the standard peanuts or pretzels that are offered on most airlines.

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Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full-time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, The Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others


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