✅ Trip Verified
| We had a nonstop flight booked to leave Milwaukee on Aug 10th at 5:30 am and arrive in Denver by 7:07am. After arriving at the airport at least 1.5 hours prior to our departure time (as recommended by Frontier) we received an email alert that our flight was delayed until 8 am. As we slept at the airport, we received another email alerting us that we were awaiting the arrival of a plane from Denver and we would not be leaving until early afternoon. The airline gave each customer a $10 food voucher for 8 hours of our time! Wow! We remained optimistic that the airline was just having a bad day and chalked it up to “better safe than sorry”, and our return flight would be fine. NOT! We were scheduled to leave Denver in August 17th at 8:07 pm, arriving in Milwaukee at 11:28pm. We received the email alert that our flight was delayed after we had already returned our car rental, stranding us at the airport for 5 hours. This time we received a voucher for $15. Fellow passengers shared stories of missed weddings, needing to purchase rental cars as a result of the delay etc.., When we were finally called, the hostess told all of us that if we didn’t Board in 30 minutes, the flight staff would “time out” and the flight would be cancelled; inferring that it would be on us, if the flight got cancelled, adding to everyone’s, already high, stress. I pray that we take off and don’t get cancelled and want to warn everyone. Do not fly Frontier, this seems to be very typical business for them.