Is it too much to give complimentary coffee after more than 4 hours of delay?
    We can easily understand and bear with delay due to weather. But is it too much to provide coffee for free after the delay?
    Full Fright
    DTW-TTN-DTW. Outbound flight was delayed by weather, 4+ hours. Not Frontier's fault, but once onboard, we were charged $1.99 for lukewarm coffee: is it expecting too much to get freebies after such a long delay? Apparently so. But my main gripe is their carry-on policy. It appears, based on our experience both ways, that after a certain number of passengers have boarded, they simply assume the overheads are full and require people to pay extra to check their carry-ons. This happened to us, and when we stopped arguing and got on board, the overheads were nowhere near full. That's a $50 hit each way.
Frontier Failures
 Good Luck not with us and probably not with the millions of parents and families who has a VERY SPECIAL PERSON and yes they are SPECIAL because they don't see this world as cruel as you do. 


 Air crew forced us to violate FAA’s on-board regulations! 


 Unacceptable...I will stick with Southwest Airlines from now on, and tell anyone else to do the same. the few bucks saved wasn't worth the inconvenience. 

Julius Caesar C

 Traveling Frontier has been one of the worst experiences I have ever had. Rude, disrespectful and completely unhelpful. I would highly discourage traveling with them 


 This airline is awful. They nickel and dime you, they are rude and unorganized. I will never fly this airline again...EVER