Frontier Airlines Review — Seats, Amenities, Customer Service, Baggage Fees, & More

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Since low-cost airlines like Frontier are becoming more relevant, we produced this general review in an attempt to answer some of your questions about the airline.

We know you’re wondering about lots of things, like:

What are Frontier Airlines ticket options and what does that get me? What are Frontier’s baggage fees and what about hidden fees? What do Frontier Airlines seats look like? Is Frontier a good airline to fly?

Read on for basic company statistics, ticketing/fare options, insights into those pesky extras (including baggage fees), seat specs, inflight amenities, customer satisfaction rankings, and more.

Basic Info

Airline: Frontier Airlines

Alliance: none

Category: Low-Cost Airline

Frequent Flyer Program: FRONTIERMiles

Tag Line: Low Fares Done Right.

About/Mission Statement: “… We make a bigger commitment to our customers — the ‘Done Right’ promise. This means providing you a real choice — with options that allow you to customize your flight to match both your wants and your wallet. And we are committed to providing safe, on-time and reliable service while at the same time treating you with Rocky Mountain hospitality like only we can provide.” (source)

Fleet: 69

Main Hub: Denver, CO

Destinations: 80+

Frontier Airlines Route Map as of Sept 2017
Frontier Route Map, including “seasonal routes.” Image Credit:

Ticketing Options

Frontier Airlines in a low-cost airline, meaning they follow the standard low-cost strategy when it comes to fares. Frontier advertises a basic ticket that covers your flight and a personal item — that’s it. Anything else is an added fee.

Frontier offers 3 options for ticketing:

  • Basic Fare
  • The WORKS
  • The PERKS

Basic Fare: As we mentioned previously, Frontier’s basic fare is just that: basic. This option covers getting you from Point A to Point B in a standard seat with 1 personal item.

Frontier’s the WORKS and the PERKS options are “bundles.” What’s a bundle you ask?

Frontier Airlines - Bundle Fares
Bundles explained. Image Credit:

Frontier conveniently bundles extras together and offers them to you at a discounted rate in 2 different tier options.

The WORKS: The WORKS is Frontier’s top-tier bundle. The cost starts at $59 one-way and varies by route; it’s also based on a round-trip purchase.

This option includes the following “frills” at what Frontier claims to be a discount of at least 50% vs. adding them a la carte.

  • The ability to refund your ticket
  • No change fees
  • Seat selection
  • 1 carry-on bag included
  • 1 checked bag included
  • Priority boarding

Hot Tip: The WORKS can only be purchased at the time of booking. So, if you want this bundle, don’t miss it the first time around!

The PERKS: The PERKS is Frontier’s second-tier bundle. The cost varies by route, and it’s also based on a round-trip purchase.

This option includes the following frills at what Frontier claims is a discount of over 30% vs. adding them a la carte.

  • Seat selection
  • 1 carry-on bag included
  • 1 checked bag included
  • priority boarding

As you can see, the PERKS does NOT include the ability to change or cancel your reservation. You can add the PERKS at any time, even if you purchased your flights through a third party.

Frontier Airlines - The Works vs The Perks
The WORKS vs. the PERKS comparison. Image Credit:

Discount Den: Frontier Airlines offers an email savings service called Discount Den for a $49.99 annual fee.

If a customer subscribes to Discount Den, Frontier advertises exclusive access to the lowest available fares. They also state that the more you fly, the more you’ll save.

Here’s what you (reportedly) get:

  • Exclusive access to the lowest fares
  • Unlimited savings for 1 year
  • Fares available for 6 people on the itinerary (as long as the subscriber is one of the passengers)
  • First look at new offers, promotions, and destinations
  • Earn EarlyReturns miles with every purchase

Hot Tip: Before you spend your Frontier miles, check out our complete guide on redeeming Frontier Airlines Miles for maximum value.

Frontier Baggage & Other Fees/Add-ons

Since Frontier is a low-cost airline that lists fares accordingly, you can expect some extra fees related to your trip. Unless, of course, you’re the type who can fly comfortably with only a personal item!

Instead of hiding the add-ons, Frontier gladly explains why they keep fares so low — to give customers a choice: “You only pay for what’s important to you.”

How Frontier Keeps Fares Low
How Frontier keeps fares low. Image Credit:

Baggage Fees

If you purchased the WORKS or the PERKS bundle, you already have 1 carry-on bag and 1 checked bag included in the cost. If you did not purchase either bundle, you can expect to incur higher baggage fees (see full details here).

Additionally, baggage fees increase as time goes on, so you’ll want to purchase your allowance as soon as possible (ideally, at booking).

Carry-On1st Bag2nd Bag3+ Bag
At Booking$35$30$45$80
Online (up to 24hrs pre-departure)$38$38$45$80
Via Call Center$40$40$45$85
Web Check-in$40$40$45$85
Airport Ticket Counter$45$45$50$85
At Gate$60$60*n/an/a

*Prices are per one-way flight.

Hot Tip: If you purchase a carry-on bag, you’ll automatically gain Zone 1 boarding. 

Size/Weight Limits: Passengers should note the following size and weight limitations for each type of baggage.

Frontier Baggage Options
Size and weight limits outlined for each bag type. Image Credit:

If your baggage is overweight, oversized, or both, expect to pay additional fees per flight.

  • Overweight baggage fee: $75
  • Oversized baggage fee: $75

Other Fees & Add-Ons

Seat Selection: Frontier encourages all passengers to choose their seats at the time of booking. If you purchased the WORKS or the PERKS bundle, this fee is already included.

If you purchased a Basic Fare and didn’t pay to choose your seat, Frontier will assign you a seat from what’s left at check-in.

While they state they’ll try their best, Frontier makes no guarantees about seating your party together if you don’t pre-purchase.

Standard SeatingStretch Seating (up to 24hrs pre-departure)$6+$20+
Call Center$8+$20+
Web Check-in$11+$25+
Airport Ticket Counter or Self-Service Kiosk$11+$25+

*Prices are per one-way flight.

Hot Tip: For EarlyReturns Elite members, seat assignment fees are waived and upgrades to Stretch Seating are free if available at the time of check-in. 

Call Center Reservations: $10 per passenger for bookings made through the call center

Paper Receipt/Itinerary: Undisclosed amount; Frontier reports a fee will be charged for any paper itineraries or receipts by mail.

Itinerary Change: If you change your flight 60+ days prior to departure, you will incur no costs to do so. If you need to change your flight 59 to 7 days prior to departure, you will incur a reduced fee of $39 per passenger to do so. If you need to cancel or change your flight 6 days or less prior to departure, you will incur the normal fee of $59 per passenger. Any bookings made between December 22, 2020, and March 31, 2021, will not incur change fees. These fees are not applicable to passengers who have booked the WORKS (itinerary change is free).

Name Change: $75 per person PLUS any fare difference between the fare already paid and the current fare for the same itinerary at the time the name change is processed.

Same-Day Confirmed Flight Changes: $59

Refreshments Onboard: 

  • Nonalcoholic beverages from $2
  • Snacks from $3
  • Beer, wine, and spirits from $7
  • Frontier also offers food and beverage packages for a slight discount.

Unaccompanied Minor: $110 per one-way flight (nonstop flights only; Frontier does not accept unaccompanied minors on connecting flights)

Pet Cabin Fee: $75 per one-way flight

How to Avoid Paying Excess Fees & Travel Expenses

Some fees are just unavoidable when traveling, but you can keep from paying these out of pocket by using points and miles earned from rewards cards.

Below are credit cards we recommend where you can pay off transactions on your statement by using your miles. For example: 5,000 miles are worth $50 so you could “wipe away” those charges if you had enough miles in your account.

Here are our recommendations:

Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card - This no annual fee card comes with a 20,000 bonus mile offer after spending $500 in the first 3 months. When you use your card for travel purchases (e.g. baggage fees), use your miles to pay off all, or part of, your statement balance! We've highlighted 30+ benefits of the card.
Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card - The "big brother" card to the VentureOne with a 60,000 bonus miles when you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 3 months. This card is full of benefits and perks and you can redeem your miles on travel (flights, hotels, even paying for baggage fees etc) or transfer your miles to over 10+ travel loyalty programs.
Frontier Airlines Early Returns Frequent Flyer Program
Some fees waived with EarlyReturns Elite status. Image Credit:

EarlyReturns® Elite Status: EarlyReturns is Frontier Airline’s Frequent Flyer program. If you happen to reach EarlyReturns Elite status, you get certain perks including a number of waived fees.

In order to reach Elite status, EarlyReturns members must fly 20,000 miles or 25 one-way flights within a 365-day rolling calendar year (12 months).

Once EarlyReturns Elite status is attained, the following benefits are awarded:

  • Zone 1 boarding (priority check-in, boarding, and security)
  • Complimentary carry-on bag
  • Advance seat assignment
  • Free upgrade to stretch seating (if available at 24-hour check-in)
  • Extra fees waived (call center reservation fee, award redemption fee, unaccompanied minor fee, same day confirmed fee, same day, and standby fee)
  • Last seat availability (use miles to redeem any available seat)

Frontier Seat Specs & Inflight Amenities

So what will my Frontier flight look like? Let’s get into the seat specs and inflight amenities.

Frontier Airlines Cabin
Frontier’s A320 neo cabin. Image Credit: Frontier Airlines

Seat Specs: Frontier has 2 different seat types on their planes, Standard and Stretch. Seat pitch and width vary slightly depending on which plane you’re on, but it can get pretty tight! Additionally, these seats do not recline.

  • Stretch (all planes): 36″ pitch (rows 1-3), 38″ pitch (row 13), ~18″ width
  • Standard A319 V1: 31″ pitch, 17″-19″ width
  • Standard A319 V2: 28″-29″ pitch, 17″-19″ width
  • Standard A320 (V1 & V2): 28″-29″ pitch, 17″-19″ width
  • Standard A321: 28″-29″ pitch, 16.5″-19″ width

The following table is a breakdown of seating on each Frontier aircraft model.

AircraftTotal SeatsStandardStretch
A319 V115012624
A319 V213811424
A320 V118015030
A320 V216813236
Frontier Airline Tight Seating
Image Credit: member Bhaskar A.

As mentioned above, most Frontier Airlines seats have a very short pitch — actually, the shortest in the airline industry (see table below).

When you combine a 28″-29″ pitch with a 16.5″ width as experienced on some A321 seats, it makes for a pretty tight fit. Plus, most of the seats have TINY tray tables.

Frontier Economy Class Pitch Comparisons (Single Aisle Aircraft)
Alaska AirlinesBoeing 737-80031”-32”
AmericanBoeing 737-80030”-31”
DeltaBoeing 737-80031”-32”
FrontierAirbus 320 & 32128”-31
JetBlueAirbus 320 & 32132”-34”
RyanairBoeing 737-80030”
SouthwestBoeing 737-80032”-33”
SpiritAirbus 320 & 32128”
UnitedBoeing 737-80030”-31”

Inflight Amenities: Since Frontier is a low-cost airline, this means many of the inflight amenities passengers have come to expect on other more popular airlines are absent.

  • Frontier does not provide inflight Wi-Fi, video streaming capabilities, or any type of onboard entertainment at this time.
  • Refreshment service is limited to paid beverages and snacks only.
  • Frontier does not have electrical outlets onboard for passenger/commercial product use.

Frontier Airlines claims all of these cuts save passengers money. But is a super cramped seat really worth it?

Hot Tip: For more information check out our guide to Frontier’s boarding zones and boarding process.

Customer Satisfaction

Are people happy with their Frontier flights? Well…that depends.

Of course, you’ll see a number of complaints due to the general lack of research into what you actually get for your money with a low-cost airline. Anyone who knows the basic low-cost structure will know to expect extra costs (or a pared-down experience).

Frontier even openly discusses and advertises how they are able to keep their fares low…so there shouldn’t be any surprises. However, it is a bit tough to calculate what your total cost is going to be until you reach the final steps in your booking process.

But we talked a lot about fees and extras above. So what else are people complaining about?

Most Common Complaints

The September 2017 Air Travel Consumer Report filed by ranks Frontier Airlines 11th out of 12 in regards to consumer complaints, sitting just above Spirit.

From January 2017 through June 2017, the data collected was 270 complaints from 7,965,326 passengers, or 3.39 per 100,000 passengers. (In comparison, Southwest had just 0.5 complaints per 100,000 passengers.)

That’s all? 270 complaints in 6 months? Not quite…remember, not everyone who complains does so in an official manner. These statistics are drawn from data compiled by the OAEP’s Aviation Consumer Protection Division (ACPD).

  • Flight Problems (cancellation, delay, or misconnection): 95 / 35.2%
  • Baggage: 69 / 25.6%
  • Reservation, Ticketing, Boarding: 31 / 11.5%
  • Fares: 22 / 8.1%
  • Customer Service: 19 / 7%
  • Refunds: 14 / 5.2%
  • Disability: 10 / 3.7%
  • Over-Sales: 5 / 1.9%
  • Advertising: 2 / 0.7%
  • Other: 2 / 0.7%
  • Discrimination: 1 / 0.4%

As you can see from the statistics, most complaints center around flight problems and baggage. These 2 issues combined represent ~60% of all complaints.

Consumer Rankings, Ratings, Etc.

We’ve listed some popular rankings and rating systems/sites here so you can see how Frontier Airlines stacks up.

SkyTrax Airline Ranking: 3-star airline

ACSI Rating (American Customer Satisfaction Index): 63% (11th of 12 largest U.S. carriers for 12-month period ending March 2017)

AQR (Airline Quality Rating): Worst of 12 largest U.S. carriers

TripAdvisor Airline Review Rating2.5/5 average (of 4,316 reviews)

Kayak Customer Rating: 5.6/10 (of 32,191 reviews)


In terms of performance, the September 2017 Air Travel Consumer Report states from July 2016-July 2017 Frontier Airlines was on time 74.8% of the time.

This places Frontier 10th out of 12 airlines in terms of On Time Performance (OTP). In comparison, the top airline was Hawaiian, arriving on time 88.8% of the time. Delta sits in second place with an OTP of 84.7%.

What were Frontier’s worst routes for delays as of June and July 2017? The following flights were on time less than 50% of the time:

  • MCO (Orlando)-TTN (Trenton, NJ): ~42% on time
  • PHL (Philly)-SJU (San Juan): ~42% on time
  • CLT (Charlotte)-MCO (Orlando): ~46% on time
  • MCO (Orlando)-PHL (Philly): ~47% on time

Regardless of poor OTP and decreased customer satisfaction scores, Frontier Airlines has received a couple notable awards recently.

Frontier's Technical Operations Team Receiving the FAA Diamond Award
Frontier’s Technical Operations Team Receiving the FAA Diamond Award. Image Credit: Frontier Airlines
  • Federal Aviation Administration’s Diamond Award for Maintenance Excellence – 2016
  • International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) – The Industry’s Most Fuel Efficient Airline

Final Thoughts

Why Fly Frontier
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On many lists, Frontier sits right down at the bottom (alongside Spirit) as one of the worst airlines out there.

Is this mainly due to complaints surrounding low transparency with tons of added fees? Or is it more serious than that, concerning worsening customer satisfaction in regards to flight problems (delays, cancellations, etc.) and baggage handling?

Either way, the chance you’ll be satisfied with your Frontier flight seems like a toss-up, and it likely depends on your passenger personality.

If you like all the perks included with your ticket, plan to check a couple of bags, and want a comfortable flight in terms of seating, then Frontier is not for you unless you plan to pay quite a bit more than their advertised base fares.

However, if you’re not bothered by a bare-bones flight, don’t have bags to check, and are OK with some customer satisfaction hiccups, then you could certainly score a pretty cheap flight.

The choice is yours!

Frequently asked questions

What are the Frontier Airlines baggage fees?

Carry-On1st Bag2nd Bag3+ Bag
At Booking$35$30$45$80
Online (up to 24hrs pre-departure)$38$38$45$80
Via Call Center$40$40$45$85
Web Check-in$40$40$45$85
Airport Ticket Counter$45$45$50$85
At Gate$60$60*n/an/a
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  1. Frontier unfortunately lost several customers yesterday. They sent us a $25 voucher to fly with them again that will never get redeemed, my bags were $170 roundtrip to fly which is unbelievably outrageous, from the customer rep on the phone, to worker in msp at desk to workers in Tampa all misinformed me of baggage info to flight info etc. Our flight was delayed 3 1/2 hrs to top it all off! As if all that was miserable enough! Turbulence was extremely violent, with no communication from captain or attendants about it no info about landing and then after I survived that we were told to go to carousel 2 for our baggage after waiting 30 min another passenger said all the Baggage was actually at the other end of the airport! Carousel 13!!! From beginning to end this was a nightmare!! when I bought a ticket with frontier I never once agreed to any of that! Frontier lost more then one customer yesterday and that’s why they felt bad and sent petty $25 vouchers which is pathetic honestly. They need new, workers, training, and new mission if they want to last.


  2. I planned to visit my boyfriend in Salt Lake City a month ahead of time and bought my ticket from Frontier Airlines. If I had known at the time all the trouble I would have to go through I would have went with another airline.

    The first problem I had was on the way out to Salt Lake City, it was a delay of 3 hours in the Denver airport. This was an inconvenience, however not the end of the world. The night before my flight back to Little Rock I received an email that said my flight was cancelled and it only gave me two options, to either get a refund on the unused part of my ticket plus travel miles with Frontier (obviously I don’t want to fly with Frontier ever again) or to get a refund of up to $400 if I bought a ticket with another airline plus more travel miles with Frontier. The original round-trip ticket was only $375 and I would have only gotten half of that back. So in more simple terms I was being screwed out of money since their company policy is not to pay you back in full the cost of the new ticket. The night before my flight there was no way I could have found a ticket with another airline cheaper than $400. I ended up paying $600 for my one-way ticket back home since it was so last minute.

    I would think with any respectable airline there would have been another option (or a full refund for the new ticket in previous options would have sufficed), to offer another flight free of charge. Frontier Airlines clearly doesn’t strive to serve customers to the customer’s satisfaction. They left me stranded in a city hours from my home without even the option of giving me a full refund on the new ticket I had to buy because they cancelled my flight the night before. The money Frontier Airlines cost me was hard earned money supposed to go towards my college tuition or books. It is very disappointing that Frontier doesn’t take care of its customers.


  3. Just got back from a Tampa-to-Cincinnati flight on 2/28/19. We were delayed TWICE in Tampa, total 3 hour delay, because we had a pilot and plane, but NO FLIGHT CREW!!! We had to wait for a crew to be sent from Orlando to Tampa.


  4. Susan Allred March 22, 2019

    I love Frontier Airlines! This is a budget airline, if you want first class you’ll have to pay a lot more. I always travel with just a backpack, and let Frontier assign our seats, we usually are placed together, if not , it’s no big deal, we’re adults, and can sit separate. Frontier has always been on time from Charlotte NC to Tampa Florida. Frontier is a great airline!


    • Wow Susan, thank you for sharing your experience and thoughts about Frontier Airlines. I’m sure our readers will appreciate the sentiments as much as we do.


      • Suanne Thomas July 9, 2021

        Interesting how you reply to the compliment but not the the complaints? I’m reading these comments and I plan on commenting on every site I can find to let people know about the absolutely horrible experiences I had on my recent flight. Yes, I said “experiences”. Who knew one flight could be so problematic from start to finish (including the customer service response to my multiple emails & messages)? SMH


        • Hello. Please understand that we are not Frontier Airlines, we are Upgraded Points, a blog specializing in travel and credit card-related resources. We respond to compliments on our blog but do not have any affiliation with Frontier Airlines and therefore cannot resolve any Frontier-related issues you may have had. Please contact the airline directly for inquiries that need a response. Thanks so much.


  5. Sheila Dikowicz June 30, 2019

    I have flown Frontier previously and am flying Frontier again this week, they are not the most luxurious flights, but they are very honest about the frills! I would rather have the reasonable rates they offer and pay extra for things that are important to ME, therefore making travel affordable. I’ve been impressed with their flights and safety! Looking forward to traveling this week!


    • Catherine Luther July 1, 2019

      Hi Sheila,

      Thanks for sharing your positive experience with us. It’s great when an airline is transparent about their fees and add-ons!


  6. Doug Gariepy July 11, 2019

    Just flew from Providence to Orlando with a stop in Charlotte. Note this was my 1st flight ever lol, but I do not really have any complaints about Frontier, while I did not know about baggage at first that was my fault I made a mistake by ordering my tickets through a 3rd party. This was by accident as I somehow ended up at trying to get to frontier and didn’t realize it (1st time I ever let something like that slide by.) They not only tricked me into a flight for the wrong days and there was no refund policy even minutes after and made me pay for a whole other flight at a “discounted” rate and added the Charlotte stop. They never informed me of a slight delay in the flight out that frontier had put up over a week ahead of time, which i knew because as soon as i realized i messed up ordering my tickets from a 3rd party I found a way to get my flight up in frontiers mobile app and then realized the bagging policies and was able to add the perks to my flight and everything went smooth from then on. I had stretch seating but was still a bit cramped, but like mentioned it’s a budget airline and I’ve never sat on any other plane, though those 2 short flights did hurt my rear lol. All in all I could see myself using Frontier again (albeit purchased directly from Frontier) if my flight home is about the same just being a direct flight.


    • Catherine Luther July 12, 2019

      Hi Doug,

      Hope you enjoyed your first flight experience (in the air!) Sorry to hear you had a poor booking experience, it can be a bit misleading on some third party sites with the ticket inclusions. Glad you got this rectified in the end.


  7. William Lewis January 22, 2020

    Frontier sent me a voucher for a delay on my return to Charlotte from Providence. No matter what I do, I’m not able to get any answer as to when Frontier will resume non-stop flights to Providence from Charlotte. I even sent a letter to the Customer Service Center in Denver, but the letter returned undeliverable. The voucher has to be used by Jan. 28. I now have no way to use the voucher as no one will answer the question!


  8. Frontier pulled us in with the initial cost of the tickets. I’ve never flown Frontier, so I was excited about how reasonable they were. I was wrong. After paying for all of their ridiculous fees, the flight was just as much as any other flight. Being a first-time flyer with Frontier, it was extremely confusing. Fees, fees, and more fees. The icing on the cake was when I went to check in on my phone, and it was showing that I had to actually purchase a seat. Seriously? So let me get this straight, If I want to sit with my spouse, I have to buy a seat? I purchased my tickets-paid for my bag-and now I have to buy seats? What was the $400 ticket cost paying for? What a crock of crap. I will never fly with Frontier again.


    • Timothy D Gregory May 27, 2021

      This is very misleading as I have flown frontier many times and I never had to pay for a seat to sit with my spouse. That option is available but you can just select I’ll take whatever seat. Even if at check in you get separated which does happen from time to time I go to the desk and ask to be seated together and they fix it no problem.

      As for the fees of you purchase everything then yes it’s just as expensive, but this is a budget airline. If you wanted all those things you should go with someone else. That’s your fault you didn’t do the research. That’s like complaining a 2-star hotel doesn’t have 5-star quality.


  9. Debra Edwards November 6, 2020

    Do not fly Frontier! I had reservations in November, they canceled them, but gave no refund! So I made new reservations missing the holidays with my mom in January. They changed the times twice and 2 days ago canceled again. Guess what? No refund!
    You will lose your money with this airline!


  10. Kevin Barnes January 20, 2021

    I need to cancel my flight. Step by step, how do I get that done?


    • Hi Kevin,

      To cancel your Frontier flight online you should follow these steps:

      1.) Log into your account on Frontier’s homepage and select “My Trips” or “Bookings.”
      2.) Once you’ve selected the trip you want to cancel, select “Cancel Booking.”
      3.) The next screen will ask you to confirm that you want to cancel your booking. After you click confirm then your booking will officially be canceled.
      4.) Finally, if you’re canceling your ticket and purchased the WORKS bundle, you have to request to receive your refund through an online refund request form. Don’t forget to do this as you will not receive your refund without filling out the form!

      If you’d prefer to have customer support help you with this you can call Frontier at 801-401-9000. If you’d like any other additional details you can refer to our post on how to cancel a Frontier Airlines flight.


  11. I fly Orlando to Huntsville several times a year. No carry-on, no seat preference, and I am now looking into the Discount Den program to save even more money. I’ve never had a problem with this airline. My last trip was a week ago coming home to Orlando and we were 45 mins early!


  12. Charlotte Zweifach May 26, 2021

    Will not ever fly Frontier Airlines again. My flight was on time my seats were very small but I expected that there was no food which was fine with me since I have preferred that people keep their masks on at all times my chief complaint is that when it came time to deplane there wasn’t a flight attendant in sight. There were six wheelchair customers on the flight they were all seated in aisle seats. When it came time to deplane they stood up and most of them could do no more than stand up and totally block the aisle and block anybody from getting their luggage or moving. The cabin crew was nowhere to be found, there was no one to help to direct traffic it was a total and utter disaster and actually dangerous. Never again will I catch myself in position to be in a position like that no excuse for it whatsoever


  13. Suzanne Thomas July 9, 2021

    I flew from Atlanta to Philadelphia recently. My flight was scheduled to depart at 5:22 PM. Our pilot was injured and a replacement needed to be found. Understandable and not his fault. No announcement about a new departure time or updates. The staff at the gate had nothing to say, no information and no apology. The only reason I knew anything was because all of the passengers kept each other informed since we got email updates from our ticket purchase websites. The plane did not leave until roughly 5 HOURS LATER! All but one of the food stands/restaurants are closed at dinner time because, according to a staff member, “no one wants to work later shifts”? What were we supposed to do? There was a pregnant woman, many children, and many seniors on that flight. Not an apology. Not an offer of water…nothing. I’m shocked that nobody got out of hand after sitting in those awful chairs for so long. Once a pilot arrived and the plane was ready the door at the gate opened. No zones were announced and they let everyone on at once. It was a free for all. Many people brought carry on luggage and should have been first in line. Military, people needing assistance, etc. are also expected to have priority. It’s like the Frontier staff gave up. I spent the day in bed the next day with a bad back that still hurt from those chairs and switching to the floor from time to time. I reached out to customer service using the Frontier website and on their Facebook page. I was told that I didn’t ask for a refund within 24 hours of purchasing the ticket so they wouldn’t refund the money. The ticket was bought in advance and I’m not a psychic so I wouldn’t have asked for a refund. After going back and forth I was offered a $75 voucher but I have to use it within 90 days. Why in the world would I want to travel on Frontier again? I wasn’t mad about the situation with the pilot. It couldn’t be avoided. It was inconvenient, yes, but I wasn’t mad about it. What has really got me baffled is the complete disregard from the staff. From the people at the gate all the way until my last contact with one of the “customer service” people. The entire experience was one big screw you to me courtesy of Frontier Airlines.


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