Frontier Airlines may have hit on a sensible combination of traditional all-inclusive fares and so-called “unbundled” pricing.
The Denver Post reports that Frontier’s passengers now get a choice among a traditional “classic” fare that includes an allowance for two checked bags and in-flight entertainment; a “classic-plus” fare that’s also refundable and allows flight changes; and a bare-bones economy fare that includes none of the above.
The classic fare starts at about $20 more than the economy fare, each way.
Frontier has more details on its Web site. Now, if we could just get it to resume its Hartford flight.