Spirit Airlines has announced more four new routes and expansion of an existing daily service from Los Angeles International Airport, all beginning next spring.

Spirit Airlines has announced more four new routes and expansion of an existing daily service from Los Angeles International Airport, all beginning next spring.

Fort Lauderdale-based Spirit Airlines announced the new and additional non-stop services on November 12, the day it launched twice-daily service between Los Angeles International Airport and Oakland International Airport.


Spirit Airlines unveiled a new, all-yellow livery with bold black titles on September 16, 2014. The carrier intended for most or all of the aircraft in its fleet to wear the new colors and titles, which are intended to emphasize its status as an ultra-low-cost carrier

Spirit Airlines unveiled a new, all-yellow livery with bold black titles on September 16, 2014. The carrier intended for most or all of the aircraft in its fleet to wear the new colors and titles, which are intended to emphasize its status as an ultra-low-cost carrier

 

Spirit will launch once-daily service between Los Angeles International Airport and Portland International Airport in Oregon on March 25, the day after it begins operating twice-daily new service between Los Angeles and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

The carrier announced last week that it was launching the twice-daily Los Angeles-Seattle service.

On April 8, Spirit will launch new twice-daily service between Los Angeles and Phoenix. The same day, Spirit will add a second daily Los Angeles-Denver round-trip to its existing daily service.

Ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, which was the first to charge passengers for bringing carry-on baggage on board their flights, operates an all-Airbus A320-family fleet. The carrier began painting its fleet in a new bright-yellow-and-black livery in 2014

Ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, which was the first U.S. carrier to charge passengers for bringing carry-on baggage on board flights, operates an all-Airbus A320-family fleet. The carrier began painting its fleet in a new bright-yellow-and-black livery in 2014

 

On April 14, Spirit Airlines will begin service between Los Angeles and two new destinations, New Orleans and Philadelphia. The carrier will operate one round-trip a day in each of the two markets.

The new services will increase to 18 the number of U.S. cities to which Spirit will operate daily or twice-daily non-stop service from Los Angeles International Airport.

Spirit’s existing destinations from Los Angeles include Atlanta, Baltimore Washington International Airport, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Oakland.

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