Frontier Airlines last week amended its standby policy and now will assign passengers changing flights on the same day a specific seat if available and charge a fee equal to the difference between the original fare and the then-current price of the new flight. Customers changing reservations in advance of the travel date will be charged a $150 fee in addition to the difference in fare. Regulations take effect Aug. 15.

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