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Spirit Airlines Unveils New International Routes from Houston

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Spirit Airlines Unveils New International Routes from Houston

Spirit Airlines Unveils New International Routes from Houston
June 26
16:00 2018

LONDON — Spirit continues to enhance its international presence with further flights out of Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH) starting from September 6.

The ULCC will launch services from IAH to San Salvador on a year-round basis occurring three times per week.

On September 7 the airline will add non-stop flights to Guatemala on a year-round basis, operating on a four times per week.

These new flights will join Cancun and San Jose del Cabo with upgrades to three times per week from Cancun, four times per week from San Jose del Cabo as well as four times per week, year-round service to San Pedro Sula in Honduras.

READ MORE: Spirit Announces Major International Expansion From Orlando

“The addition of San Salvador and Guatemala City to our Houston destination list will provide our Guests more options to visit loved ones and experience all of what these amazing regions have to offer,” said Mark Kopczak, Spirit Airlines’ Vice President of Network Planning.  

“Spirit continues to prove itself as a leader in travel to Latin America and the Caribbean by offering ultra-low fares allowing more to take advantage of our reliable service.”

READ MORE: Spirit Airlines Extends Schedule Through February 2019; Adds Seven Nonstop Routes

With the new A320neo family aircraft the airline is incorporating to its fleet, Spirit might aim to fly further down to South America. The fuel efficiency on the A320neo will allow the airline to examine longer range flights into destinations that are not part of the airline’s network.


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