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Frontier Airlines Sued For $100 Million Over Hidden Fees

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Frontier Airlines has begun expansion plans to San Francisco and Chicago. Unfortunately, In the middle of these new plans have landed a lawsuit. Frontier is being sued for $100 million over "hidden" baggage fees and other payments that are not made clear until after payment. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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cnyflyboy
Stephen Donnelly 14
In addition, I do not see how airlines like Breeze and Frontier are allowed to do business without a phone number

srobak
srobak 10
This is long overdue and it's the same shit the telecom industry used to do with cell and cable providers. Now they don't do it anymore.

Full rate disclosure up front is never a bad thing.
d0ugparker
Doug Parker 3
Agreed. The new culture is starting to demand to see the gross amounts up front, not the net.
ghstark
Greg S 11
Whether or not she wins, I'm glad she's suing. These *are* deceptive practices, and we've all seen other airlines use similar ones. It's not particularly relevant that it's possible through enough reading of fine print to figure out the actual fee structure, the intent behind the maze is to confuse and deceive. The lawsuit shines a light on these practices everywhere and thus puts pressure to correct them.
DrayHines
Dray Hines 8
Greed is hurting us all...

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jbbooks1
Lewis Tripp 2
Nobody in the world can be as "smart" and smug as you, a hole.
yamaha32177
CHARLES DUKE 4
Before manufacturers initiated the m.a.p. policy (manufacturer advertised price) dealers would simply deduct freight and prep fees from advertised price. Some customers would travel hours to the dealership only to have the dealer add it back to the invoice at time of sale. Hence the question was created, "What is your out the door price"@!
vsigler
Von Sigler 3
Airlines that crash are more reliable then Frontier.
jmilleratp
jmilleratp 2
What are you honestly expecting when you fly on one of these ultra-low-cost carriers?
srunyon65
scott runyon 3
you expect to be treated fairly and honestly honoring the agreement struck when you bought the ticket.
elgatito
elgatito 3
good they deserved for being a rip of airlines
elainewelzel
Elaine Welzel 1
Oops… and they are using the A320Neo…

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manarii
It was the attorney's idea hoping to get a few million just to walk away.

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