Budget Airline Launches $399 ‘All-You-Can-Fly’ Pass

Andrei Tapalaga

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A budget airline in the United States is giving a special low-cost summer pass' to passengers who fly with them this summer.

Between May 2 and September 30, Frontier Airlines is offering travellers the opportunity to book an unlimited number of flights. Yes, it is limitless.

The pass allows you to travel between any of the airline's domestic and international locations, which means you might be relaxing on a beach in Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, or Antigua. Doesn't that sound reasonable? That is not all.

The ticket is normally priced at $999, but as part of a limited-time promotion, it is currently only $399.

It also allows you to reserve a ticket for as little as $0.01 on select Frontier Airlines flights.

The Summer Pass, according to the airline's senior vice president, Daniel Shurz, is ideal for customers who wish to leave their options open in the coming months.

You can find more information out here.

Last year, a woman was paid $3,000 to give up her ticket on a Delta Air Lines flight that had cost her only $358.

Megan Keaveny was ready to board a flight from New York's LaGuardia Airport to West Palm Beach, Florida.

However, at the very last minute, the airport announced that the flight had been overbooked and offered $1,300 to any volunteers willing to give up their seats.

While many individuals would leap at the opportunity, Megan's friends and boyfriend had already boarded, so she decided she'd only give up her seat if Delta gave her $2,000.

But by the time she boarded the plane, another announcement had been made: the price had risen to $2,500. In the end, she got $3,000.

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