If you are not afraid to fly again, this news will be music to your ears! Frontier Airlines has resumed its flights to Miami and if offering tickets at $49, for a limited time. Are you comfortable flying again?

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Frontier Airlines' non-stop flights from Buffalo to Miami is back, according to WKBW. The flights will start back at the perfect time, winter. Starting December 17, you'll be able to travel to South Florida, without any layovers. Flights will leave from Buffalo International Airport to Miami International Airport on Mondays, Thursday and Sunday. For a limited time, Frontier will offer tickets for $49.

If Miami isn't your speed, Frontier will also offer weekly flights to Orlando starting on December 17. On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, the airline will fly to the home of Disney Land and Universal Studios twice per day. Those flights will also be available at $49 for a limited time. Keep in mind that Frontier often has limitation and restrictions with its discounted tickets. You can get more details on its website.

With air travel down significantly due to COVID-19, many airlines are trying to figure out how they can bounce back. They are also putting extra safety precautions in place. According to WKMG, Frontier is requiring that all passengers to take a temperature screening before being allowed to board. Passengers or crew flying on Frontier, who have a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher cannot get on the flight. The airline will also require a face mask and a 'health acknowledgement.'

“Frontier also introduced a fogging disinfectant to its already stringent aircraft cleaning and sanitation protocols, which provides a safe, certified disinfecting solution proven to be effective against many viruses, including coronavirus. The fogging includes virtually every surface in the passenger cabin. Planes are wiped down every night with additional disinfectant, as well.” ~ Frontier Airlines via WKMG

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