Spirit Airlines, the largest privately-held airline in the U.S. and the low-fare leader, is celebrating its 13th birthday this month and is offering business and leisure passengers savings up to $20(a) per roundtrip ticket purchased online at http://www.spiritair.com in celebration.
The sale is valid for travel September 3, 2003 through February 6, 2004 and tickets must be booked by 11:59 PM (EDT) on September 16, 2003. Passengers booking at http://www.spiritair.com will save up to an additional $10 each way.
“Spirit is celebrating its birthday and giving customers the gift of low fares,” said Tom Anderson, senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Spirit Airlines.
“Additionally, Spirit`s new Web site tools make the ticketing process easier than ever before with the ability to print roundtrip boarding passes up to 45 days in advance, select seat assignments on each flight segment and change the date and/or destination of a flight with no fee at least one month prior to departure,” said Anderson.
About Spirit Airlines -
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 13 year-old Spirit Airlines is the largest privately-held airline in the U.S. With a fleet of modern aircraft for scheduled and charter service, Spirit brings low fares and friendly service to Atlantic City, N.J., Chicago/O`Hare, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Myrtle Beach, S.C., New York/LaGuardia, San Juan, Puerto Rico and the Florida cities of Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa and seasonal service to West Palm Beach. Spirit`s website is http://www.spiritair.com.
Spirit Airlines recently announced Spirit Plus, an upgraded coach class of service, including wide leather seats in two by two seating, dedicated check-in, complimentary cocktails and snacks, priority boarding and more, all without sacrificing low fares. The upgrade fee, available day of departure at any Spirit Airlines ticket counter, is only $40 per segment. Spirit Plus seats are also available in advance on a non-refundable or refundable basis.