Airline to allow pets to fly in cabins

05/13/2010 | Denver Post, The · American City Business Journals

Frontier Airlines has announced that its passengers will now be allowed to fly with their pets in the cabin for a one-way fare of $75. "We received a lot of feedback on our pet policy and determined that pets would be a welcome addition to the Frontier travel experience," an airline official said. A recent survey revealed that 38% of owners traveling with their companion animals find airline fees to be too costly.

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