What we’re reading: New policies at Frontier Airlines, JetBlue starts service to Charleston, Cutting Edge Haunted House

by Stephanus Surjaputra on September 13, 2012

New website and policies for booking online with Frontier Airlines

Next time you’re thinking about flying Frontier Airlines, make sure you buy your tickets on their new website, FlyFrontier.com.

That’s because the airline will now penalize passengers who purchased tickets through online travel agencies such as Orbitz.com, Travelocity.com and Expedia.com by not allowing them to select seat assignments until check-in. They’ll also pay more in fees and they’ll only earn half as many frequent flier miles.

Won’t you (go to) Charleston with me? JetBlue Airways to launch service to South Carolina’s colonial seaport city

JetBlue will start service from Kennedy Airport and Boston to Charleston, South Carolina in 2013.

“JetBlue is pleased to introduce a new class of in-flight service to the Charleston community, complete with upscale offerings like assigned, all-leather seating with the most legroom in coach, free live television at every seatback and a free first checked bag,” said JetBlue’s President and CEO, Dave Barger.

Cutting Edge Haunted House 2012 show

If you’ll be in the Fort Worth area starting Saturday, September 15, through Halloween, check out the largest haunted house in the area.

The Cutting Edge crew have thrown down the gauntlet this year to win back the Guinness World Record Title of “World’s Largest Haunted House,” but also to put Cutting Edge at the … well, “cutting edge” of the haunted house industry.

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