Edge On The Clock: Frontier Decides To Not Charge Customers $39 To Keep Middle Seat Open

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Frontier Airlines is dropping its plan to charge customers $39 to keep the middle seat open on flights. Lawmakers criticized the airline for trying to profit off the coronavirus crisis. CEO Barry Biffle says that wasn’t the intention and that Frontier just wanted to give customers more space.

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