Spirit Airlines has added four new flights to New Orleans as well as new service to Las Vegas and West Palm Beach, Florida.
The no-frills US airline will begin daily service from Boston’s Logan International Airport, Newark International Airport, and Tampa International Airport to New Orleans’s Louis Armstrong International Airport on November 9, 2017, and fly four times weekly to New Orleans from Minneapolis/St. Paul International airport beginning on the same date.
Also announced were new flights between Newark and Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, and Chicago O’Hare International Airport to West Palm Beach, also commencing November 9. The Chicago-West Palm Beach flights will operate seasonally (through April 11, 2018).
Tickets are available for purchase now on all of these routes.
Spirit Airlines offers low base fares with added fees charged for a variety of “extra” services, including carry-on baggage and assigned seats.
The airline has added a number of new destinations in 2017, including new flights from Pittsburgh International, daily seasonal service between Hartford and Pittsburgh and Fort Myers and Tampa in June, and a variety of new daily nonstop routes from Baltimore/Washington, Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans, Oakland, Orlando, San Diego and Seattle in May.
Pittsburgh debuted as a Spirit destination in May, and the airline also initiated service between Baltimore Washington International Airport and Chicago O’Hare and Cancun, Mexico this spring.