Spirit Pulls Out of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport as Sun Country and Avelo Add Service

by Anthony Losanno
Spirit Plane

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Spirit Airlines has quietly pulled service to/from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) from its schedule just a few days after both Sun Country Airlines and Avelo Airlines announced they were adding service to the Northeast airport (more here and here).

Sun Country Airlines announced a new route from Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP). It will run 1x to 2x weekly starting on August 22nd. Avelo Airlines also added new flights from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) that will run 2x weekly on Mondays and Fridays starting on May 10th.

The airport must have gotten a little too crowded for Spirit Airlines as the low-cost carrier cut flights from both Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) as of May 7th. With these two routes cancelled, Spirit will no longer fly to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT).

Anthony’s Take: Airlines are constantly reevaluating their route networks as they add and remove flights for the best efficiency. While Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) is losing two flights from Spirit, it picks up two others from Sun Country and Avelo Airlines.

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