Frontier's New In-Flight Menu Now with 100% More 'Made in Colorado'
We knew that Frontier was all about the sudsy stuff up in the air, but now it looks like their expanding their pride to other in-flight items. Frontier is pretty darn excited to be from Colorado, and they’re starting to share their pride with one and all. The best part is that they’re doing it right through the in-flight menu.
Of course nothing is free, but at least when you’re spending your digital dollars up in the air you’re getting something somewhat unique. Earlier this month Frontier added local options like Boulder Canyon Kettle Chips, Evol Burritos, and Mountain Man Almond Chocolate Cherry Crunch trail mix to its menu. That’s in addition to other Colorado options like Colorado Native Beer, Blue Moon, Fat Tire Amber Ale, and of course Coors Light.
For those looking for something a little less strong to wash down the up in the air snacks, Frontier also serves up Horizon organic milk—too bad there’s no more cookies—as well as IZZE sparkling juice.
Their in-flight menu has cute little Colorado flags next to the local options, so you’ll quickly be able to determine what’s from the state and what’s not. As for prices they’re pretty reasonable with the burritos running you $4. Most snacks hover around $3, and it’s just $6 for the better beer options. All this in addition to their in-flight television or WiFi, and you’ve got yourself a pretty darn nice flight.
[Photos: Official Site]