Airplane Airbus A319 (319) v1 Frontier Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 150 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|stretch||36 - 38||18||1 - 13||24|
|economy||28 - 31||18||4 - 27||126|
I sat in economy but behind the stretch seats so I had the big tray table. The legroom was okay and bearable, but not the best I've seen. I recommend downloading a movie before the flight because there is no entertainment whatsoever. The staff was nice and the flight was smooth and it got us there very early. Important: I WOULD RECOMMEND FRONTIER FOR A SHORT TRIP WITH PERSONAL BAG CLOTHING (only if you don't want to pay extra for carry-on which we did) BUT DO NOT TAKE THEM FOR RED EYES SINCE SEATS DO NOT RECLINE AND AREN'T GOOD FOR SLEEPING. GOOD AIRLINE THOUGH 7.5/10
The seat was ok the noise from the engine was at times unbearable. thank God for earbuds.
Char to Philly NOISE FROM ENGINE WAS UNBEARABLE THANK GOD FOR EARBUDS AND A MOVIE ON MY KINDLE. return Philly to Char. F9 1689 same experience seat 1A.but I have had worse been flying since 1977
I flew FFT from MCO to DEN. I spent $185.70 for the trip which I found extremely cheap for what I got. I'm 6'4" so the legroom was uncomfortable and there was no place for me to put my laptop, the tray table was too small. But for some positives: for what i payed it was worth it, It's an exceptional budget model, everything costs money. The plane was clean and the flight crew funny and attentive, the landing smooth for any of you who care (haha). But overall the flight was great and I recommend their DENDEALS program the cut in the costs is really nice,
I flew Frontier by myself from DEN-SFO and the seat was so small and so was the tray table. There was also no legroom. When you check-in they make you pay for the seat even though you already paid for the ticket. I am using miles for April when I go from SFO-MCO(Orlando) and it cost 20,000 miles each way, but all of the fees + taxes made the cost equivalent to what it would've been without using miles.
This plane is the most uncomfortable I've ever flown. It has very tight hard shell plastic non-reclining seats with only half inch padding, tiny 6" X 9" trays. The seat in front of you is so close you can't open a laptop. I'll never fly this plane again.
I would never recommend riding fromtier. If there is any other option available that you can afford take the other option. This was my first flight on fromtier since the old days of having direct TV. The seating is so tight and cramped it should be illegal. I cant imagine an emergency evacuation with those narrow seat pitch areas. The audacity to charge $2.99 for sodas and airplane coffee is amazing. The seat 9A is part of narrowest pitch on the airplane. My so called "tray table" was more akin to a ledge than a table. My ipad mini in a ultra thin case would not sit on the ledge entirely. If the prison system were to run an airline they would choose frontier as their model.
All Frontier flights now feature seats that don't recline, are quite tight (unless you get an exit row or stretch seating), have small metal trays and cost extra $ to choose a seat--anywhere from $3 when you book the flight and up to $24 for the front section or $45 for stretch. Prices may vary by length of flight and how soon you pay for a seat. BUT, if you wait until 24 to 2 hours before flight time, they will assign you a seat for free upon check-in, online or at the airport. The secret is timing your check-in to the point that only seats you want are available. I generally start checking the seat selection 24 hours before fight time, then every few hours thereafter. If a single seat is open in back, you'll get it so they can sell the other ones up front. If you are traveling with someone else on the same reservation, then they will seat you together assuming any seats are open together-even the more expensive seats up front in rows in front of the wing exit row. This once even worked at the airport as we checked a suitcase 2 hours before departure. It's a gamble that can pay off and give you a good seat without paying for it.
This is a WINDOW seat. Leg room is crampy and tight. Not worth paying extra. Seat width is narrow and does not recline. The pull down tray is tinny and size is less than an 8 x 10. Toddlers sitting behind you bang on these trays and smash them up and down and there's nothing you can do unless there are left over seats where you can move to. The kids are bored, sitting on parent's lap while parent is usually frustrated trying to keep the child occupied. Not anyone's fault except the airline's that pack people in like a chicken coupe.