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Spirit Airlines to fly non-stop between Fort Lauderdale and Toluca/Mexico City

Spirit Airlines to fly non-stop between Fort Lauderdale and Toluca/Mexico City

Spirit Airlines today further expanded its network of ultra low fares in Mexico with the start of service between Fort Lauderdale and Toluca, Mexico. Spirit now operates two non-stop flights per week between Fort Lauderdale and Mexico City’s Toluca International Airport.

Only 30 minutes from Mexico City, Toluca International Airport provides customers easy access and serves as a convenient alternate to
Mexico City International Airport.

Spirit is celebrating the new Toluca/Mexico City service with $19 fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase) available today and
tomorrow at

“The government of the State of Mexico welcomes and congratulates very warmly Spirit Airlines for the beginning of operations in Toluca
International Airport. It’s a strategic initiative which will allow and expand the State of Mexico’s connectivity with the United States.

Furthermore, I’m sure that the Toluca – Fort Lauderdale flight will contribute to enlarge the economic, commercial, touristic and cultural
ties between the State of Mexico and Florida,”  affirmed Enrique Peña Nieto, Constitutional Governor of the State of Mexico.


“For Toluca International Airport it’s a pleasure and satisfaction to welcome Spirit Airlines, one of the most important airlines of the United
States of America, in one more of its developing stages. We are sure that the inauguration of the Fort Lauderdale – Toluca flight will be the
beginning of a long and friendly relationship to broaden the commercial aviation between Mexico, the East Coast of the United States and
the Caribbean,”  says Gerardo Ruíz Esparza, Secretary of Communications of the State of Mexico. “We thank Spirit for the confidence in
our airport and our people, and we wish you the best of success. We are certain that it’s the forthcoming of a long business path with its
home in Toluca International Airport. Thank you very much.”