It can be stressful and expensive to fly with children. That is why parents are loving a new deal offered by Frontier Airlines. It is a great way to get parents on board and to put a smile on their face.
If you join Frontier’s Discount Den, your tickets for all children aged 14 and under for domestic flights are free, provided they fly with a paying adult. The annual fee for that service is $60, so it can pay for itself very quickly.
In addition to free tickets for children, it helps you get the lowest rates for up to 6 people in a single booking.
Here are a few other things you will want to know: You will need to choose a flight that is marked ‘Kids Fly Free’ when booking your tickets. There are blackout dates, so you need to avoid them if you want to take the kids without cost.
There may be additional costs associated with your flight, such as paying for baggage, in-flight food service and choosing a seat in advance. Since you will want to sit with your kids (or maybe not?) then it will cost more to reserve the seats in advance. You will also pay for carry-on bags if they reach a certain size but there is a silver lining to this cloud, you can bring along diaper bags, car seats, and strollers without worry.
When you think about the benefit of getting free tickets for your children up to the age of 14, it seems like a great option. That is especially true for those who fly frequently.
Frontier is not a slacker when it comes to locations, either. It has its headquarters in Denver and flies to over 80 cities in the United States.
Other Deals For Flying With The Kids
There are also some ‘kids fly free’ offers that come up from time to time from Scandinavian Airlines. They are typically limited to the winter season for kids under 12, domestic flights only.
If you fly Southwest Airlines, look for discount kids tickets for children up to age 11. Virgin Atlantic has also been known to offer a 25% discount for children as well.
Other options for occasional ‘kids fly free’ discounts include Air Tahiti Nui, Qatar Airways and British Airways.