Nonstop Flights: Houston to/from Las Vegas $57 r/t – Frontier

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Frontier has round-trip flights from Houston (IAH) to Las Vegas (LAS) for $57, NONSTOP. Flights November to December. Departures on Monday, Tuesday, and Sunday.  No short weekend trips. Origin/Destination reversible.

Note: Frontier fares do not include a free carry-on bag. Only a small personal item, like a Jansport City Scout backpack is free. Shorter trips will probably work out better with Frontier, since you can pack the essentials into your personal item, and avoid paying bag fees. You can avoid paying for seat selection if you accept the randomly assigned seat prior to boarding.

Note: Frontier seats only have 28-inches of pitch; 2-to-3 inches less space than most other airlines.

I’m currently using the Jansport Right Pack as my “personal item” when I fly Frontier. Which is slightly more than expensive than the Jansport City Scout because its fabric is Cordura instead of Polyester. Both have the same dimensions which are: 18″ x 13″ x 8.5″. There is half-an-inch of extra depth than what is officially allowed by Frontier, but it has never been a problem for me. The bag has a large main compartment, which makes it ideal for stuffing as much as you can into the limited amount of space.

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I was able to pull this up on Frontier. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.

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