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Frontier Airlines Has an All-You-Can Fly Pass to the Caribbean 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 4, 2023

Planning multiple visits to the Caribbean this year? Perhaps a few trips to St Thomas? And then some island hopping to Vieques and Culebra through San Juan, with a Cancun vacation squeezed in?

Frontier Airlines’ newest program is giving travelers an “all-you-can-fly” pass for the summer for just $499 a person. 

The GoWild! program includes unlimited travel now through Sept. 30, with access to 75 destinations in the United States, along with Puerto Rico, St Thomas USVI and a number of destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America. 

“With all the talk about potentially higher airfares this summer, Frontier’s GoWild! Pass is the deal of the season,” said Tyri Squyres, vice president of marketing, Frontier Airlines. “We are pleased to continue to reward our pass holders with yet another early booking promotion, giving them flexibility to go ahead and plan their summer travel now and enjoy the all-you-fly benefits of their pass.”

The company is currently selling the pass for $499, down from a retail price of $999, through May 31. 

“We are continuing to hear from consumers who are taking full advantage of their GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass and jetting off to multiple destinations to reconnect with loved ones, spontaneously attend a concert or sporting event, or explore someplace they have never been before,” said Squyres. “Summer has definitely arrived early for our GoWild! pass holder. [It] offers exceptional value and the opportunity to explore amazing destinations throughout the U.S., Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America.”

Frontier has been the fastest-growing airline in the Caribbean since the onset of the pandemic, with a wave of new routes across the region from Cancun to St Thomas to Montego Bay. 

The pass is only open to residents of the United States. 

For more, visit Frontier Airlines. 

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