Frontier Airlines Lowers Expenses for Empty Intermediate Seats After Public Outcry


Frontier Airlines abandons plans to charge additional passengers to sit next to empty headquarters after Congress Democrats accused airline of trying to take advantage of fear the new coronavirus.

“We recognize the concerns expressed that we are enjoying security and that was never our intention,” Frontier CEO Barry Biffle said in a letter to three lawmakers on Wednesday. “We just wanted to offer our customers an option for more space. “

Biffle said the airline would cancel the additional charges, which Frontier called More Room, and prevent the sale of the seats.


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