Frontier passengers were left scrambling after the airline cancelled a flight to Las Vegas over the holidays.
Passengers planning to take a holiday break in Las Vegas were left stranded in North Carolina after Frontier Airlines cancellation of their flight last minute Monday night.
Flight 115 was ready to depart to Raleigh-Durham International Airport at 9:25 pm, but never leaving the airport, WRAL reports.
As the passengers were preparing for the board of directors of the airline, told them that one of the flight attendants had worked too many hours and would not be able to fly.
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Passengers told WRAL the airline offered them all $400 vouchers for the cancelled flight — but they would not be receiving them for another 30 days.
A lot of upset customers at home, not able to make their scheduled trip. Others rebooked on different airlines, but at a much higher cost because of the last-minute circumstance.
“They’ve gone from $129 to $800 per ticket,” David Eilers told WRAL. “So that’s $1,600 dollars, and they say they are going to give us $400 in air credit. Everyone is here pretty disgusted. We’re all in the same boat.”
Passengers said Frontier offered to pay for a night stay. Frontier Airlines not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
This Fourth of July is expected to see a record number of Americans traveling for the holiday.
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AAA predicts July 4 travel hit an all-time record.
AAA estimates around 46.9 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home for Independence Day. This figure is a five percent compared to last year and the highest number since the company in the first report of 18 years ago.
Frontier canceled another flight on Friday, leaving passengers heading from Cleveland to Seattle in a ditch.
Two hundred and thirty people were stranded at the airline had to cancel due to a “maintenance issue with the airplane,” WKYC reports.
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The airline passengers are more options, including a $500 travel voucher, or the choice to rent a car or with a different airline to fly with a $400 reimbursement per person, according to WKYC.
Some travelers, however, say their new last-minute travel will cost a lot more, with one man telling the station he had to pay 1200 dollars for a different flight to Seattle.
Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.