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    I just received an email from Frontier Airlines. They are offering a "kids travel free" program that may be helpful for some of us who travel for tournaments. I skimmed through it but it looks like kids 14 and under travel free with an adult fare. Frontier flies into Denver (Hub for them I think) so if you are booking for IDT or one of the tournaments in July you may want to look into it. We take DS with us and he's 12 so that would help us.

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    A change up should be kept low so that if the hitter does time it, they have to make the secondary adjustment of going down to hit the ball also. 2 movements in the hitter doubles their chance of a bad swing. The combo of being able to read the pitcher's change up early and doing a backflip to keep it up in the zone is a deadly combo. - Bill Hillhouse

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    Gotta get you here somehow!
    A change up should be kept low so that if the hitter does time it, they have to make the secondary adjustment of going down to hit the ball also. 2 movements in the hitter doubles their chance of a bad swing. The combo of being able to read the pitcher's change up early and doing a backflip to keep it up in the zone is a deadly combo. - Bill Hillhouse

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    As an FYI, my dd flew Frontier the other night. Her flight was well over an hour late at departure. Don't know the reason why. There are several factors that might have contributed so don't want to give the impression that this might have been a Frontier thing alone. Again, let me stress, "well over an hour late at departure."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonball View Post
    As an FYI, my dd flew Frontier the other night. Her flight was well over an hour late at departure. Don't know the reason why. There are several factors that might have contributed so don't want to give the impression that this might have been a Frontier thing alone. Again, let me stress, "well over an hour late at departure."
    We took them to Colorado last 2 years. No issues. Even took redeyes home. Last year they offered us $1100 each for 4 tickets to bump us to the next day. DW wasn't having it. Wish she would have said yes.

    I fly for work 30 weeks a year. Spirit and Frontier are not much different than the majors, and the cost difference is worth it, imo
    A change up should be kept low so that if the hitter does time it, they have to make the secondary adjustment of going down to hit the ball also. 2 movements in the hitter doubles their chance of a bad swing. The combo of being able to read the pitcher's change up early and doing a backflip to keep it up in the zone is a deadly combo. - Bill Hillhouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by BT3100 View Post
    Gotta get you here somehow!
    Free flights in the header might have worked better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonball View Post
    As an FYI, my dd flew Frontier the other night. Her flight was well over an hour late at departure. Don't know the reason why. There are several factors that might have contributed so don't want to give the impression that this might have been a Frontier thing alone. Again, let me stress, "well over an hour late at departure."
    My kids have both flown home with Frontier. I can say with some experience that an hour late for Frontier is probably as close to on time you might get. My dds flight was 24 hours late. She had to spend a night at the airport because they kept updating that it would be another hour or two. There were several people at the airport with her whose flight the night before had been cancelled so they were there for 48 hours.

    My son's flight was somewhere around 4 hours late. He lives in Denver and he is in the travel industry. He is the thriftiest traveler I know, and he won't use them anymore.


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