Airline launches unlimited ‘all-you-can-fly’ pass this summer
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If you're looking for an affordable way to cram in as much travel as possible this year, then look no further.
An airline has launched an all-you-can-fly unlimited pass - and it's mega affordable at just $399 (£325).
The GoWild! Summer Pass from Frontier Airlines has launched at the limited edition price, and means you can snap up unlimited flights between the airline's US and international destinations such as Puerto Rico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.
The pass is valid for travel departing between 2 May and 30 September, so if you're itching for a summer of travelling then this could be a good option.
Frontier Airlines senior vice president Daniel Shurz said of the deal: “Everyone loves summer vacation and, with the new GoWild! summer pass, you can enjoy even more of what you love.
“For people with flexible schedules, this is a terrific opportunity to have a truly epic summer and then some, soaking up rays on the beach, exploring national parks and visiting new cities."
To use the pass, flights must be booked on flyfrontier.com, the day before for domestic travel or up to 10 days before for international.
You'll pay $0.01 in airfare plus any taxes and other fees at the time of booking. You can also add extras such as baggage and seat options.
The cost of the pass usually retails at $999 (£811) but is currently on a limited deal for $399 (£325).
There are a couple of other terms and conditions to be aware of.
For example, the flights are subject the blackout periods. These are 25, 26, 29 May; 29-30 June; 1-5, 8 and 9 July; 31 August; 1, 4 September; 5, 6 and 9 October; 18, 22 and 24-27 November and 16, 17, 22-24 and 26-31 December.
You must also be over 18 and a resident in the United States to purchase a pass.
You can find the full terms and conditions over on the Frontier website, here.
The pass certainly seems like a good deal for those who can travel at a moment's notice - and those who travel frequently - but if you're only planning a couple of trips per year, it may not be worth it.
Barry Biffle, the CEO of Frontier Airlines, said: “If you’re thinking about traveling at least once a month, this makes sense for you. If you’re willing to travel once a week, this is a no-brainer.”