Spirit Airlines Adds Three New Routes and Resumes One This Fall

by Anthony Losanno
Spirit Airlines

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Spirit Airlines is adding three new routes in September. The carrier has not added many new routes this year, so this is good news for loyal Spirit flyers.


The new flights include service between:

  • Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) (Daily; starts on September 6th)
  • Miami International Airport (MIA) and Nashville International Airport (BNA) (Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday; starts on September 7th)
  • Nashville International Airport (BNA) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; starts on September 7th)

The first two routes will be flown with Airbus A319s and the third will use an Airbus A320.

New Orleans

Spirit Airlines will also be resuming its previously discontinued flights between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). These will run on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday using Airbus A320ceos and A320neos.

Spirit will bring some competition to three of the routes served by American Airlines and both JetBlue and Delta Air Lines on the Boston/Nashville flights.

Anthony’s Take: These new and resuming flights will help to keep price pressure on the competing carriers. It’s good to see Spirit finally add some new flights to its schedule this year.

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