Is your name Orlando? Here’s how you can fly to the City Beautiful for free
ORLANDO, Fla. – If your name has Orlando in it, you can visit the City Beautiful for free. Frontier Airlines and Visit Orlando have teamed up to make it easier than ever for people who #LoveOrlando to visit one of the country’s favorite vacation destinations. The collaborated promotion offers individuals with Orlando as their first or last name to fly for free to the city in October, including sale fares for everyone else to visit the Central Florida destination for as low as $39. People with the name Orlando will get a $250 travel voucher. All flights will be to Orlando International Airport and must be between Oct. 13 through Oct. 20, according to Frontier’s promotion guidelines.
Frontier Airlines will start requiring all passengers to wear face coverings
Frontier Airlines will soon require all passengers to wear a face-covering over their nose and mouth at the airline’s ticket counters, gate areas and onboard Frontier aircraft. Face coverings have been required for Frontier flight crews since April 13. “We want our passengers to feel comfortable when flying with us by protecting themselves and their fellow travelers as we all navigate the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Barry Biffle, CEO of Frontier Airlines. “Very young children, for whom a face covering is inadvisable, will be exempt from the policy,” the airline said. https://t.co/g6tejitwRe pic.twitter.com/hBZmizbDhR — Frontier Airlines (@FlyFrontier) April 27, 2020Officials said the fogging attacks virtually every surface in the passenger cabin.
Flight attendant says he brought gun to Orlando airport by mistake, records show
ORLANDO, Fla. – A flight attendant arrested Thursday for bringing a gun through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Orlando International Airport told officers it was a mistake, records show. He was arrested on charges of carrying a concealed firearm and carrying a firearm in a place prohibited by law. Frontier Airlines officials said they suspended the flight attendant and were investigating the matter. “The safety and security of all passengers and crew members are uncompromising priorities at Frontier Airlines and we have a zero tolerance policy for any violation of law or security protocols,” Frontier Airlines said in a statement. According to TSA, this was the 81st gun found at the airport in 2019.