With everyone struggling to get back on track and get back to some form of "normal" again. Airlines are doing everything they can to attract customers back on planes.

Frontier Airlines just announced in a press release new routes for summer 2020. "The new flights beginning in June and July expand the airline’s rapidly growing presence in major cities, Boston, Chicago, Newark and Philadelphia. To celebrate these new, low-cost flight options, Frontier is offering fares as low as $29, which are available now at FlyFrontier.com. Plus, as another step to support the health and well-being of customers, the carrier will be the first U.S. airline to implement mandatory temperature screenings for passengers and team members beginning June 1, 2020."

Frontier Airlines also said “We’re pleased to demonstrate our commitment to providing low fares to great destinations for our customers as the country reopens. Frontier has been at the forefront in implementing numerous measures to support passenger well-being in-flight and we are seeing a strong uptick in summer travel demand. We anticipate these new routes to a variety of popular vacation destinations will be in high demand as family and friends seek affordable domestic summer travel options.”

Although some fares are as low as $29. If you want to fly out of Boston, the closest hub from the nonstop flights to Florida, the introductory fare from Boston is $49. Still not bad by any means. Even with gas as cheap as it is now, you would pay more to drive there. Not to mention these are non stop direct flights. Get them while you can.

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