Source: Frontier Airlines

  • In Conjunction with the New Service, the Airline is Running a One-Day $1 Fare Sale. To Celebrate, Consumers Are Invited to Enter a Drawing to Win an All-Expense Paid Trip to French Polynesia

Ultra-low fare carrier Frontier Airlines will add wide-body aircraft to its fleet beginning in June. In addition to lie-flat seating, the new aircraft will feature a chef-curated inflight menu and free Wi-Fi for all passengers. To kick off its new long-haul service, Frontier is introducing twice-weekly flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York (JFK) to Mote Mute Airport in Bora Bora, French Polynesia (BOB) beginning June 1, 2024.

To celebrate the new service, America’s Greenest Airline is offering a one-day-only fare sale with flights to Bora Bora for $1*. Flights must be booked by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on April 1, 2024, for travel through June 26, 2024.

Frontier is also holding a random drawing for 100 lucky winners who will receive an all-expense paid trip for the winner plus three friends to visit Bora Bora. The first 10,000 individuals who sign up for the airline’s FRONTIER Miles frequent flyer program will be entered to win.

“This is a monumental day in the history of Frontier Airlines,” said Frontier CEO Barry Biffle. “With the addition of new wide-body aircraft to our fleet, we are turning the airline industry on its head with a new luxury flight experience that is a total reimagining of our business model. We are also proud to be the first U.S. ultra-low cost carrier to offer service to the South Pacific.”

New Service from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK):





Bora Bora (BOB)

June 1, 2024



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