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Frontier Airlines Automatically Seats Children with a Family Member or Adult in Their Party

At Least One Adult Seated with Children Under the Age of 14 at No Charge

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DENVER – February 21, 2023 – Frontier Airlines has undertaken measures over the past several months to further enhance its system to ensure children are seated with at least one responsible adult in their party.

When flying Frontier, at least one parent will automatically be seated with any children within their family group who are under the age of 14. At no additional charge, the airline automatically assigns seats based on family members’ ages before the check-in window opens.

“We recognize the importance of seating children next to an adult with whom they are traveling,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president, commercial, Frontier Airlines. “Since last October, we have been doubling down on our efforts and further enhancing our system for ensuring a parent is seated with any children under the age of 14 in their family group. The system is working well and we are receiving positive feedback.”

Customers also have the option to choose their own seats for a fee, if they prefer. Frontier offers several other family friendly features including family pooling of frequent flyer miles and Kids Fly Free℠ promotions through its Discount Den® travel club.

About Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: ULCC) is committed to “Low Fares Done Right.” Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, the company operates 120 A320 family aircraft and has the largest A320neo family fleet in the U.S. The use of these aircraft, Frontier’s seating configuration, weight-saving tactics and baggage process have all contributed to Frontier’s continued ability to be the most fuel-efficient of all major U.S. carriers when measured by available seat miles (ASMs) per fuel gallon consumed. With more than 230 new Airbus planes on order, Frontier will continue to grow to deliver on the mission of providing affordable travel across America.