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Old Dec 12, 17, 7:58 am
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mkadilla
 
Join Date: May 2014
Posts: 37
Same thing happened to me last year. Flight from Missoula to Denver was cancelled inbound from Denver because of weather, thus the flight outbound was also cancelled. This was a Thursday and the flight was cancelled two hours before departure. The best option Frontier offered was to depart from Bozeman the next Tuesday or to get a refund. Oh, Bozeman is 2.5 hours by car from Missoula.

There are a limited number of flights to Montana anyhow and most are booked up during the holidays. I ended up getting a one-way First class from Delta the next morning for ~$1200 as it was the only seat available the next day. It stung, but at least I got home. I recall seeing lots of people who looked bewildered being stranded by Frontier.

I was unaware that any travel insurance would re-imburse for a situation like this?
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