Frontier charges some who book via third party for carry-ons

05/1/2013 | Denver Post, The

In an effort to encourage more fliers to book on its website directly, Frontier Airlines announced Wednesday that it would charge fliers extra who purchase the "Basic" (or lowest) fare via third-party websites; travelers who purchase at get free carry-on, even those who buy the "Economy" fare. "As we unbundle our product further, we ensure those customers who want the absolute lowest fares can always find them at," said David Siegel, the carrier's CEO.

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