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US airline to offer "all-you-can-fly" pass for a whole year

Frontier Airlines, which is based in Colorado, plans to release a pass that will let people fly as much as they want for a fixed price.

In an email to customers, the airline said that the "GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass" will be available in spring 2023. The pass gives passengers the freedom to book as many flights as they want to any of the airline's US destinations, including Puerto Rico. It will let you travel for more than 300 days in the next 12 months.

Even though the price of the pass hasn't been announced yet, the airline says that only a limited number of passes will be available at a "hugely discounted rate," and they encourage people to sign up to get more information.

Frontier says that in 2021, 5 million seats on its flights were empty, and that people with GoWild! passes could have used those empty seats.

Frontier says it is "America's greenest airline" because it has the smallest carbon footprint of any airline in North America. It says that its cheap flights don't have entertainment systems because that makes the planes lighter and better for the environment.

The airline goes all over the US and to Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.

Other airlines have also offered "all-you-can-fly" services. For example, Alaska Airlines lets customers take up to two round-trip flights per month within California or between that state and Nevada, Arizona, or Utah for a fixed price over a year.

Singapore Airlines also has a service called Flight Pass, which lets people buy more than one ticket at once for a lower price and without a set date.


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