Frontier Stands With Houston Community In Post-Harvey Recovery Efforts
Low fare carrier Frontier Airlines is doing its part to help in the recovery after Hurricane Harvey. The company will be donating one dollar for every ticket booked on Wednesday Sept. 6. *Donations will be made to the American Red Cross to assist with relief efforts associated with Hurricane Harvey.
Low Fares Done Right for Houston Recovery
In addition, the carrier is keeping fares to and from the Houston area affordable to allow aid workers and family to travel affordably to assist those who have been impacted by this natural disaster. For the next week, the airline’s highest fare to or from Houston for travel in September and October will be $99** one way.
“Our hearts go out to the families of Houston and the other areas in Southeast Texas affected by hurricane Harvey,” said Jim Nides, chief operating officer – Frontier Airlines. “Frontier Airlines will help our friends in Texas by offering our lowest fares so that people can afford to travel to and from Houston to support their friends and family.”
The airline sent relief supplies on their first flight back into the Houston area to aid with the recovery efforts. Additionally, the airline sent care boxes for their team members, friends and family who were affected by this storm. Frontier resumed operations last Thursday morning with a special relief flight that left Denver at 7:00 a.m.
Frontier Airlines is committed to delivering ‘Low Fares Done Right’ to over 100 cities in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic and Mexico on 400 daily flights. Headquartered in Denver, Frontier Airlines is the proud recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration’s 2018 Diamond Award for maintenance excellence and was named the industry’s most fuel-efficient airline by The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) as a result of superior technology and operational efficiencies.
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