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Spirit Airlines announces resumption of more international flights

Spirit Airlines is bringing back more international flights across its Latin American network.

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The airline is resuming more international flights from two of the carrier’s largest operating bases, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.

Seven nonstop international flights from Orlando will resume from 4th December,2020.

  • Cartagena: 3x weekly from December 16th
  • Cancun: 6x weekly from December 16th
  • Guatemala City: 3x weekly from December 16th
  • San Salvador: 2x weekly from December 19th
  • Aguadilla: daily flights from January 6th
  • Bogota: 4x weekly from December 4th
  • San Pedro Sula: 3x weekly from December 4th

The San Pedro Sula flights are pending the reopening of the airport. The Honduran airport is currently undergoing repairs after suffering damage from Hurricane Eta.

John Kirby, Spirit Airlines Vice President of Network Planning, stated the following:

“Holidays are the time to see family and friends, and we’re excited to offer so many nonstop international options from Central Florida. We’re the only major airline based in Florida, and the Orlando market is one of our largest gateways. We know how valuable it is for people to jump on a plane and fly nonstop to their destination without having to connect through a busy hub.”

The airline added nonstop service from Fort Lauderdale to Bucaramanga in Colombia from November 18th, which is the only nonstop route between Bucaramanga and the United States.

Spirit Airlines also added flights to Barranquilla on November 19th.

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