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Frontier flights for $20

Spring break might be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still take an epic trip before summer hits. Frontier Airlines is making that last-minute spring vacation as cheap as it gets, with fares as low as $20 one-way throughout the US. You can fly from pretty much any major city in the country for between $20 and $40, so it’s worth perusing the extensive spring sale site to see which offer is the best fit for you. Here are some of our favorites: Charlotte to Tampa for $20 Atlanta to Orland...
Tags: Travel, US, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Syracuse, Denver, Long Island, Calgary, Tampa, Orlando, Frontier, All, Charlotte, Raleigh


On the Horizon Appears … a New Frontier

“Change is the only constant in life,” said the Greek philosopher Heraclitus, who probably didn’t envision the remarkable lifespan of the second-generation Nissan Frontier. Debuting in 2004 as a 2005 model, the second-gen Frontier soldiers on as a rugged and more affordable option in the growing midsize field. But it’s this growing field that belatedly […] The post On the Horizon Appears … a New Frontier appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Autos, Trucks, Nissan, Frontier, Nissan Frontier, New Frontier, Heraclitus, News Blog, Future Vehicles, Product Planning, Midsize Pickups, Nissan Frontier Debuting


Is There Room for Andrew Levy’s New Low-Cost Carrier?

Seth Kaplan officially broke the news on WBUR this week. Andrew Levy, the former President of Allegiant, has decided to go public with his plans to start a new ultra-low-cost-carrier (ULCC). The question is… is he too late? Or is there actually room for his efforts? Ever since Andrew left Allegiant as President in 2014, there have been rumors about what exactly he was working on. Whatever it was took a back seat when he opted to become CFO of United in August of 2016. Almost immediately...
Tags: Travel, Europe, China, Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton, Ryanair, United, Frontier, Southwest, Andrew, Allegiant, XTRA, ULCC, Andrew Levy, WBUR, Scott Kirby


10 Tips for the Ultimate Summer Vacation

Ultimate Summer Vacation Cheap flights to a perfect destination is how it starts, then we add 10 tips for the ultimate summer vacation to make the trip even less expensive. It's a little smoother and a lot more fun. A list of perfect vacation destinations 1. Find a Cheap Flight There are three proven ways to do this: 1. Avoid peak summer pricing by flying before mid-June or after late August. 2. Fly cheaper days which are usually Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday in the U.S. (weekdays for i...
Tags: Travel, Sweden, Disney, Atlantic, State Department, Caribbean, Yellowstone National Park, Frontier, Don, Park City Utah, Centers for Disease Control


Frontier Capital invests in Clearwave

Frontier Capital said March 26 that it invested in Clearwave Corp. Financial terms weren’t announced. Clearwave provides digital check-in, insurance eligibility, and patient payments solutions to health systems and physician practices. PRESS RELEASE Frontier Capital Announces Significant Growth Equity Investment in Clearwave CHARLOTTE, NC and ATLANTA, GA – (March 26, 2019) – Frontier Capital(“Frontier”), a Charlotte-based growth equity firm focused exclusively on software and tech-enabled busine...
Tags: Trends, Frontier, Charlotte, Atlanta Ga, Gerard, Lindner, Frontier Capital, Andrew Lindner, Frontier Capital Frontier, Clearwave, Clearwave Corp Financial, Clearwave CHARLOTTE NC, Clearwave Corporation, Gerard White Clearwave, Tim Bechtold, Healthcare Growth Partners


Best Time to Buy Airline Tickets

When is the best time to buy airline tickets? Finding a decent airfare deal can be a challenge but if you know the best time to buy airline tickets, it's a breeze. Here are some general rules to follow. Best time to buy: Tuesdays at about 3 p.m. eastern time. Reason: Many U.S. airlines begin airfare sales that appear on their websites late Monday or early Tuesday; the competition then matches these newly lowered prices and this is generally finished by Tuesday afternoon. That's when sh...
Tags: Travel, Spirit, Frontier


Union says Frontier attendants, airline reach tentative deal

The union representing Frontier Airlines flight attendants says it has reached a tentative contract deal with the Denver-based budget carrier.
Tags: Finance, Article, Associated Press, Denver, Frontier, Frontier Airlines, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, Fox-business/industries/industrials, Fox-business/industries/transportation, Fox-business/features, 380dcf9a-073b-50de-a66a-ac9ac4379b22


2019 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X Review – The Stalwart

Remember 2005? An old, ugly English prince marries for the second time. A hurricane devastates the U.S. Gulf Coast. Newlywed Chris signs a mortgage on a house and begins to prepare said house for the arrival of a newborn. And Nissan reveals the D40-chassis Frontier. Fast forward. Charles wonders when his mom will give it […] The post 2019 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X Review – The Stalwart appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Reviews, Autos, Charles, Nissan, Car Reviews, Frontier, Nissan Frontier, Midsize Pickup, 2019 Nissan Frontier, U S Gulf Coast Newlywed Chris


Frontier Demands $4,300 Cancellation Fee Despite Horribly Slow Internet (slashdot)

Frontier Communications reportedly charged a cancellation fee of $4,302.17 to the operator of a one-person business in Wisconsin, even though she switched to a different Internet provider because Frontier's service was frequently unusable. From the report: Candace Lestina runs the Pardeeville Area Shopper, a weekly newspaper and family business that she took over when her mother retired. Before retiring, her mother had entered a three-year contract with Frontier to provide Internet service to th...
Tags: News, Wisconsin, Frontier, Frontier Communications, BeauHD, Pardeeville, Candace Lestina, Lestina


Small business in Wisconsin cancels its unusably bad internet service from Frontier; Frontier demands $4,300 cancellation fee

Wisconsin's Pardeeville Area Shopper is a one-person family business run by Candace Lestina, whose mother founded the weekly paper; like all businesses, the Shopper needs internet service, and like most American businesses, the Shopper is at the mercy of a terrible, monopolistic ISP, in this case, Frontier. Frontier's service was unusably bad: six months into Lestina's three-year contract, she concluded that that she couldn't use the service anymore, plagued by frequent outages and slowdown...
Tags: Post, News, Cable Company Fuckery, Telcoms, Isps, Wisconsin, Gouging, Frontier, Late Stage Capitalism, Guillotine Watch, Jon Brodkin Ars Technica, Pardeeville, Candace Lestina, Lestina, Frontier Frontier


Frontier Demands $4,300 Cancellation Fee Despite Horribly Slow Internet

Frontier Communications reportedly charged a cancellation fee of $4,302.17 to the operator of a one-person business in Wisconsin, even though she switched to a different Internet provider because Frontier's service was frequently unusable. From the report: Candace Lestina runs the Pardeeville Area Shopper, a weekly newspaper and family business that she took over when her mother retired. Before retiring, her mother had entered a three-year contract with Frontier to provide Internet service to th...
Tags: News, Tech, Wisconsin, Frontier, Frontier Communications, Pardeeville, Candace Lestina, Lestina


An Unreported Component of the Sexual Abuse Problem

By now most of you will have read The Houston Chronicle‘s second article on sexual abuse in the SBC. I believe that the reporting by The Chronicle, taken together with the responses by various Southern Baptists on this site and in other places, offers us a painful examination of a few undeniable facts: People who want to abuse children sexually are able quite easily to gain access to our pews and our pulpits and are using that proximity to pick off innocent lambs within the flock. If it has ser...
Tags: Networking, Religion, Social Issues, Frontier, Houston Chronicle, SBC, Inc, Chronicle, Southern Baptist, ERLC, Parson, SBC Issues, SBC Institutions & Entities, Frederick Jackson Turner, Local Church Ministry, American Industry


I finally took the plunge and booked a cheap flight on a budget airline that consistently ranks as one of the worst in the US. Here's why I'd do it again.

Frontier Airlines is one of many ultra-low-cost airlines in the US offering passengers cheaper flights than what major carriers charge. But are some catches to flying on a budget airline, especially one that has often been ranked as one of the worst in the country. I recently flew from San Francisco to Austin, Texas, aboard a Frontier flight. Here's why it was a painfully mediocre experience — and why I would still most likely do it again, under certain conditions. SEE ALSO: I flew 14 hours on...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, US, San Francisco, Trends, Frontier, Austin Texas, Frontier Airlines


I flew on one of the 'worst airlines in America'. Here's why I'd do it again.

Frontier Airlines is one of many ultra-low-cost airlines in the US offering passengers cheaper fares than what major carriers charge. But there's a catch to flying one such airline, especially one that has often been ranked as one of the worst in the country. I recently flew from San Francisco, California, to Austin, Texas, aboard a Frontier flight. Here's why it was a painfully mediocre experience — and why I would still most likely do it again, under certain conditions. SEE ALSO: I flew 14 h...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, US, America, Trends, Frontier, San Francisco California, Austin Texas, Frontier Airlines


Delta Air Lines: Raleigh/Durham 'focus city' now at 29 nonstop destinations

Delta’s latest growth at RDU follows expansions there by budget rivals Frontier and Spirit, which unveiled a combined 15 RDU routes of their own this month.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Delta Air Lines, Frontier, Raleigh Durham, RDU


What the F*&@ Happened to All These Airlines?

I haven’t done an Ask Cranky post in awhile, and this one seemed like fun. Hi Brett,I was looking through the archive of “Who the F” articles you’ve written through the years, and I think it would be cool to see a follow up on each of the 19 airlines you’ve covered. Some have taken off and become extremely successful like Allegiant, and some are PeoplExpress. I’d love to read a where-are-they-now? Thanks! Great idea. I have looked at all the airlines in the Who the F*[email protected] serie...
Tags: Travel, Florida, New York, Texas, California, Boston, Time, US, Chicago, Atlantic, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Newark, Republic, Seattle, Lion


Nissan Cutting 700 Workers, Blames Slow Titan Sales

Adding to company woes brought on by the Carlos Ghosn scandal, Nissan has announced plans to lay off nearly 700 contract workers at its truck and van manufacturing facility in Mississippi. The shifts affected are responsible for making the Titan, Frontier, and NV line of vans. While Frontier sales are relatively steady, both Titan and […] The post Nissan Cutting 700 Workers, Blames Slow Titan Sales appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Layoffs, Mississippi, Autos, Nissan, Titan, Frontier, Job Loss, Carlos Ghosn, Canton, Nissan Titan, NV, News Blog, Titan Frontier and NV


Frontier Hammered By Minnesota AG For Its Refusal To Repair Its Broadband Network (techdirt)

For years we've explored how the nation's phone companies don't really even want to be in the broadband business. They routinely refuse to upgrade their networks, yet often lobby to ensure nobody else can deliver broadband in these neglected footprints either. Telcos in particular have a bizarre disdain for their paying customers, delivering the bare minimum (slow DSL) at the highest rates they can possibly charge without a full-scale consumer revolt. It's not surprising then that many telco DSL...
Tags: Verizon, News, Minnesota, West Virginia, Tennessee, Frontier, Karl Bode, Ajit Pai, Minnesota AG, State AG


Morning Headlines: Ex-Gov. Kasich Lands Talent Agent, Rep. Ryan Moves to Censure Iowa Congressman

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, Jan. 15: Ex-Gov. John Kasich lands talent agent; Rep. Ryan moves to consure Iowa Congressman; Cuyahoga County approves $300,000 for temporary nurses at county jail; Cleveland legislation to make it easier to approve major events; Man arrested after 15 racehorses released; Frontier adds flight between Cleveland, South Carolina coast; Gov. Mike DeWine touts optimism during inauguration; First medical marijuana dispensary set to open; Ex-Gov. John Kasich...
Tags: Iowa, Ohio, Cleveland, Donald Trump, Cuyahoga County, Frontier, John Kasich, Ryan, Kasich, Mike DeWine, United Talent Agency, Cleveland South Carolina, Mike DeWine Kasich


Dennis McCarthy: From the rubble of the Northridge earthquake, the best of humanity shined

Jan 17, 1994 – 4:30 a.m. – one minute before a massive 6.7 earthquake rocked our world. Mitch Schuster is standing at an elevator outside the emergency room at Northridge Hospital waiting for an orderly to take his pregnant wife, Vicki, to the delivery room upstairs. She’s in a world of pain and Mitch is losing patience waiting. The elevator door opens and he begins to wheel his wife in, but changes his mind at the last moment. He’ll give the orderly another minute. A young resident sits on th...
Tags: News, La, Angels, Sport, Soccer, Charles Dickens, Red Cross, Local News, Lapd, Lucy Jones, Mitch, Frontier, Northridge, Dwp, Valley, National Guard


10,000 Elite Dangerous Players Start An 18-Week Journey Across The Galaxy

Four years ago, in space-exploration game Elite Dangerous, an explorer by the name of Erimus set out on a journey he called “Distant Suns.” This trip took three months and over 130,000 light years to complete, and exists now as a 13-part travel log on YouTube.Read more...
Tags: Science, Xbox One, Pc, Kotakucore, Ps4, Elite, Frontier, Frontier Developments, Elite Dangerous, Distant Worlds, Erimus


3 Links I Love: Fixing WestJet, Tip Your Flight Attendant, Aloha 767

‘We’ve just grown too big, too fast:’ CEO Ed Sims taps the brakes at WestJet – Calgary HeraldFor years people have said WestJet had bitten off more than it could chew, and last year that finally proved to be true. Now we get to watch Ed try to get the airline back on track, and I’m looking forward to seeing what that means. This Airline Wants You to Tip Your Flight Attendants – ThrillistEven though this has been around for 3 years, it’s just making the news this week. Tipping flig...
Tags: Travel, Ed, United, Government Regulation, Links I Love, Frontier, Westjet, Hawaiian, Ed Sims, WestJet Calgary, Aloha Boeing, BlogYou


Minnesota AG's report reveals big telcos are literally letting their infrastructure rot

More than a decade of foot-dragging on fiber rollout has left millions of Americans dependent on taxpayer-funded copper-line infrastructure for landlines and DSL, but it's not like the carriers are plowing their no-fiber savings into copper maintenance, instead, as a report released by Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson details, incumbent telcos are literally leaving their infrastructure to rot: wires are draped across customers' lawns (and over their propane tanks!), boxes containing key ...
Tags: Post, News, Fcc, Minnesota, Infrastructure, Mitchell, Frontier, Swanson, Lori Swanson, Minnesota AG, ILECs, Telcos, Karl Bode Motherboard, Minneosta Not Very Nice, Frontier Minnesota


Sun Country Grows Every Which Way

In recent history, Sun Country has been an afterthought. It was a small airline that during the best of times was marginally profitable. It focused almost entirely on flying people from Minneapolis to… everywhere. Things have been slowly changing under new leader Jude Bricker. We’ve heard Jude talk about what he wants to do, but now we’re seeing the network strategy really ramp up. “Strategy” may be a loose word. The airline’s strategy appears to be looking for any random opportunity that ...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Minnesota, Minneapolis, La, Chicago, Portland, Nashville, Seattle, San Antonio, Frontier, Providence, Honolulu, Anchorage, Allegiant, Jude


TSA’s War on Water Claims At Least 6 Victims, CDC Investigating

Are water filling stations a good idea? We all know not to drink water from a plane's on board tanks. But do you trust your government-run airport to ensure clean water? How aboutin Detroit? Water fountains at the Cleveland airport were shut down after at least half a dozen passengers on a Frontier flight became violently ill. Continue reading TSA’s War on Water Claims At Least 6 Victims, CDC Investigating...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Tsa, Cleveland, Detroit, Frontier


7 Air Travel Myths – Fact and Fiction

We’ve all been there. Someone says, “This is the trick to finding the cheapest airfare ticket” and so begins a long and confusing explanation that leaves you wondering what’s real and what’s just a myth. We’re here to help, to bust some myths, sort fact from fiction, and save you some money. Myth #1: Your favorite cheap airline always has the best deal False. No airline always has the cheapest deals, not even Frontier or Spirit or Ryanair. A recent look at fares from Los Angeles to San Franci...
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Spirit, United, Frontier, American Delta, Allegiant Frontier, False Airlines


Airport water fountains shut down after passengers become ill on Frontier flight

Several water fountains were shut down at a Cleveland airport after passengers aboard a Frontier Airlines flight became sick, airport officials said.
Tags: News, Stories, Cleveland, Frontier, Frontier Airlines


'My Ears Aren't Popping': Passenger Describes Nightmare Frontier Flight

A Frontier flight from Dallas/Ft. Worth to Denver on Christmas Day had to turn around after the airplane failed to pressurize. It was the beginning of a terrible travel day for passengers.
Tags: News, Dallas, Denver, Frontier


The best airplane liveries in the US

Most airplanes ARE a generic shade of white with a simple stripe and a logo, and there’s a perfectly good reason behind the boring color scheme: paint makes airplanes heavy. That said, some airlines choose to sacrifice a few extra available pounds to make their aircrafts pop with some cool liveries. Whether a cool paint job is meant as an eye-catching way for airlines to get a message across, a partnership with a major amusement park, or a tribute paid to a person or a group, these airplane l...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, California, Disney, US, Delta Airlines, United States, Alaska, Airplanes, Delta, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Jack, Boeing, Southwest Airlines, Jetblue


Reviewing Your 2018 Predictions and Making Your 2019 Picks

It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means. It’s time to look back at your predictions for 2018 as well as make you picks for what you think will happen in 2019. The 2017 review saw almost 100 comments, and it has been quite the pain to try to organize all of these. So for this year’s picks, things are changing. I will only include one pick from each commenter in the year-end review. You can write down as many as you want, but only the first one you write will be inclu...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Usa, UK, London, Australia, White House, Boston, Oil, Miscellaneous, US, Alabama, Qatar, Ted, Chicago, Atlantic