Spirit is based in South Florida and is the fastest-growing airline in the United States, with flights throughout the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Airbus and Spirit Airlines have agreed to a memorandum of understanding for the United States-based airline to acquire up to 100 A320neo planes. Spirit announced its intention to place firm orders for a mix of A319neo, A320neo, and A321neo to meet its future fleet requirements.
Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines has announced that it will begin flying out of Pittsburgh International Airport in May 2017. Pittsburgh International Airport will become the 61st city to join its expanding network, with new non-stop service to seven popular destinations, including Dallas/Fort Worth, Myrtle Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Las Vegas, Houston and Los Angeles
Spirit Airlines has named three new executives to its leadership team. Ted Botimer has been named the Senior Vice President of Network Planning and Revenue Management, Laurie David Villa is the new Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, and Eric Netland has been promoted to Vice President of Pricing and Revenue Management.
Spirit Airlines has unveiled its new design that matches the bright and bold branding the company announced last May. The bright yellow plane with black trim begins service tomorrow with a flight from Atlantic City (ACY) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL).
Spirit Airlines today starts ultra-low fare service on nine new nonstop routes and also resumes summer seasonal service on a variety of our customers’ favorite routes.
Spirit Airlines today announced schedules for new service to/from Los Cabos and Cancun, Mexico starting November 8, 2012.
Spirit Airlines today announced that it will start non-stop service from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Chicago O’Hare and Las Vegas. On May 31, 2012, Spirit will begin three daily non-stop flights between Minneapolis and Chicago, and daily non-stop service between Minneapolis and Las Vegas.
Spirit Airlines has finalised its firm order for 75 Airbus single-aisles including 45 A320neo aircraft. The airline has yet to unveil its engine selection.