After many people have complained about Frontier Airlines, include a lack of refunds for coronavirus-canceled flights, makes the Colorado Attorney General has requested a federal investigation.
According to a letter that Attorney General Phil Weiser sent to U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao on Tuesday, “The alleged pandemic practices involved an error-prone website that made it impossible to rebook using vouchers.”
At least, complaints have poured in from 30 states.
Chao asked to the U.S. Department of Transportation to examine Frontier’s flight change policies and customer service practices.
“During the pandemic, it’s very important to examine Frontier’s flight change policies and customer service practices. And to order Frontier to stop any unfair and deceptive practices.”
As information, for flight credits took 90 days to expire, but it turned out to be unredeemable because the bad customer service and also a malfunctioning website.
For that case, Frontier said it has complied fully with DOT rules and regulations regarding flight changes, cancellations and refunds.
One of staff from Frontier told the Associated Press as cited by News24xx.com that throughout the pandemic, Frontier Airlines has acted in good faith to care for passengers compassionately and fairly.
And also Frontier announced it would waive change fees for new bookings between Aug. 31 and Sept. 30. And airlines are required to refund tickets.