Frontier thinks all-you-can-fly is best for its empty seats
If you need the latest trends at U.S. ULCCs, don't miss today's post, which includes news from Frontier, Spirit and Sun Country.
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Today's newsletter is the final installment covering the J.P. Morgan Industrials conference, and it’s all about the ULCCs. You'll learn about the unique reason Frontier started an all-you-can-fly subscription pass, the economics behind Spirit's Big Front Seat, and the rationale behind some of Sun Country's summer routes, including its Minneapolis-to-Charlotte route. This follows two earlier stories from the conference — one on premium U.S. carriers, and the other on America’s LCCs.
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