Frontier Announces Great Deals, Discounts on Airfare From Coast-to-Coast and to the Beaches of Mexico

Fly From Denver to Six of Frontier’s Mexico Beach Destinations for as Little as **$99 Each Way

DENVER, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — In a move that many have speculated might be an attempt to convince Santa Claus that Frontier is less expensive, and more comfortable than his typical sleigh and reindeer configuration, Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ:FRNT) is offering fares as low as *$59 each way to any of its 47 U.S. destinations. In addition, just in time for the holidays, Frontier is delivering the gift of white sand beaches to Denver, with fares to any of six Mexico destinations as low as **99 each way.

While Frontier denies that they are attempting to lure Santa Claus with great amenities such as 24 channels of DirecTV, 33 inches of legroom and a fleet that is much younger than Santa’s sleigh, it has clearly put some parameters around the low fares in what appears to be an attempt to prompt Santa to book his travel quickly.

For travel to all destinations, tickets must be purchased by November 30, 2005 at 10 p.m. MST.

Fares are available for travel to/from Denver through March 8, 2006. Round-trip, 14-day advance purchase is required for US travel*, no advance purchase is required for Mexico travel**. And while it is unclear if Santa has access to the Internet, Frontier has added one final incentive — passengers who purchase tickets on Frontier’s website at http://www.frontierairlines.com/, will earn 1,000 bonus miles in Frontier’s EarlyReturns program.

For a complete list of the low fares to Mexico and all of Frontier’s domestic destinations, please visit http://www.frontierairlines.com/.

Frontier’s sale fares from Denver are listed below:

(Prices shown are one-way for travel to/from Denver through
March 8, 2006. Round-trip, 14-day advance purchase is required
for US travel* and no advance purchase is required for Mexico travel**.
Tickets must be purchased by 10 p.m. MST on November 30, 2005)

Acapulco $109**
Albuquerque $ 89
Akron/Canton $109
Anchorage $124+
Atlanta $ 99
Austin $109
Baltimore (BWI) $109
Billings $ 71
Boise $109
Cabo San Lucas $114**
Cancun $134**
Chicago (MDW) $ 99
Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) $109
Dayton $109
Detroit $114
El Paso $ 94
Fresno $109
Ft. Lauderdale $ 99
Ft. Myers $ 99
Houston (IAH) $ 99
Indianapolis $ 99
Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo $144**
Kansas City $ 89
Las Vegas $ 79
Los Angeles $ 99
Little Rock $109
Mazatlan $ 99**
Milwaukee $ 99
Minneapolis/St. Paul $ 59
Nashville $119
New York (LGA) $ 99
Oklahoma City $ 94
Omaha $ 89
Orange County $109
Orlando $ 99
Philadelphia $119
Phoenix $ 79
Portland $ 99
Puerto Vallarta $114**
Reno/Lake Tahoe $ 89
Sacramento $104
St. Louis $109
Salt Lake City $ 89
San Antonio $109
San Diego $109
San Francisco $104
San Jose $104
Seattle/Tacoma $ 99
Spokane $109
Tampa $ 99
Tucson $ 99
Tulsa $109
Washington (National) $119

*US: Fares shown are one-way, but roundtrip 14-day advance purchase is required for off-peak travel Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. Fares slightly higher other days of the week. Tickets must be booked and paid for by 10:00 pm MST 11/30/05 or within 24 hours, whichever comes first for travel through 3/8/06. Blackout days of 12/17, 12/21-23, 12/26-28, 12/30 -31/05 and 1/1-3, 1/16 and 2/17 and 2/20/06 apply. Fares do not include passenger facilities fees up to $18 roundtrip, the September 11th Security Fee up to $10 roundtrip or fees of $3.20 per segment. A segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. Fares for Anchorage do not include departure tax of $14 roundtrip. Based on January, 2006 schedule, service to Albuquerque, Austin, Omaha and San Jose provided by both Frontier Airlines, Inc. and Frontier JetExpress, operated by Horizon Air. Service to Billings, Boise, Dayton, El Paso, Fresno, Little Rock, Oklahoma City, , Spokane, Tucson and Tulsa provided exclusively by Frontier JetExpress.

+Seasonal service to Anchorage discontinued 1/3/06.

**Mexico: Fares shown are one-way, but roundtrip purchase is required for off-peak travel to Mexico Sunday through Tuesday and from Mexico Tuesday through Friday. Fares slightly higher other days of the week. Maximum stay 120 days. Tickets must be booked and paid for by 10:00 pm MST 11/30/05 or within 24 hours, whichever comes first for travel through 3/8/06. Blackout days of 12/17 – 12/27/05; 1/7, 2/18 and 3/4/06 to Mexico and 12/26/05 through 1/8/06 and 2/18, 2/20, 2/25 and 3/4/06 from Mexico apply. Fares do not include Security Surcharges of up to $10 roundtrip, passenger facilities fees of up to $18 roundtrip, the September 11th Security Fee of up to $10 roundtrip, or fees of $3.20 per segment. A segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. Federal International Air Transportation Taxes of $28.20 roundtrip or foreign departure taxes, customs and immigration fee, airport improvement and health inspection fees and tourism fees combined for up to $70 are not included in this fare.

Service to Acapulco begins 12/18/05.

Both: Seats are limited and certain flights and/or days of travel may be unavailable at these prices, especially during busy travel periods. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable, but may be reissued for a $100 change fee plus any applicable difference in fare. Previously purchased tickets may not be exchanged for these special fare tickets. Fares and schedules are subject to change without notice and other restrictions may apply.

Fares are available on Frontier’s Web site at www.frontierairlines.com, by consulting your professional travel agent, or by calling Frontier at 800-4321-FLY.

About Frontier

Currently in its 12th year of operations, Denver-based Frontier Airlines is the second largest jet service carrier at Denver International Airport, employing approximately 4,600 aviation professionals. With 49 aircraft and the youngest Airbus fleet in North America, Frontier offers 24 channels of DIRECTV(R) service in every seatback along with 33 inches of legroom in an all coach configuration. In conjunction with Frontier JetExpress operated by Horizon Air, Frontier operates routes linking its Denver hub to 47 destinations in 28 states spanning the nation from coast to coast and to seven cities in Mexico. Frontier’s maintenance and engineering department has received the Federal Aviation Administration’s highest award, the Diamond Certificate of Excellence, in recognition of 100 percent of its maintenance and engineering employees completing advanced aircraft maintenance training programs, for six consecutive years. In July 2005, Frontier ranked as one of the “Top 10 Domestic Airlines” as determined by readers of Travel & Leisure magazine. Frontier provides capacity information and other operating statistics on its Web site, which may be viewed at www.frontierairlines.com.

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