By Andrew G. Walker, Business InsiderAs you may recall, a few weeks ago, a new plane ticket from a major US carrier called Frontier Airlines to Seattle was priced at $1,746.
This was a significant increase from previous years, and the flight was actually cheaper than previous tickets.
However, it also came with a catch: you had to pay extra for food and beverages.
For the record, Frontier’s website lists $8.99 per person for food, which is still a lot less than most airline tickets, but it’s still $1.85 per person more than what Frontier had to offer.
And the price of drinks were also higher, which we can only assume is for the people on board the plane.
We contacted Frontier to find out more about this price hike, and were told that they’re aware of it and are trying to adjust.
But the company didn’t provide us with a list of the changes they’re making.
Instead, we went on to look at how the average fare was changing over time, and found that Frontier’s changes have been fairly significant.
For example, the price per passenger of Frontier’s first Frontier Flight from Seattle to San Francisco was $1 and the fare increased by $2.62 per passenger.
But in the next three years, the fare decreased by $1 per passenger to $1 on average.
That makes sense when you consider the airline’s financial situation, which has been in a steady decline for the past few years.
Frontier has been struggling to pay back debt and has struggled to keep up with rising costs.
The company has also been trying to cut costs, which led to the airline asking customers to pay more for other services, like flights.
Frontier’s flight rates have been on the rise over the past two years, which may have contributed to its price increase.
But it’s worth noting that Frontier did increase the price for other products and services, including its popular premium service, the Frontier Reserve.
That means it’s no longer a big discount, but a more reasonable rate.