Spirit to Launch Flights From New York to Puerto Rico, Nashville, LAX

By Kurt Stolz on 10 March 2021
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Spirit Airlines announced plans for three new routes from New York’s LaGuardia Airport this year.

The carrier will launch new weekly service to San Juan, Puerto Rico on April 17. This will be followed by new daily flights to Nashville in on May 5, and weekly flights to Los Angles International Airport on June 12.

In addition to the new flights, the carrier will begin operating out of a second terminal, the Marine Air Terminal, at LaGuardia Airport on April 28. Currently, Spirit operates solely out of Terminal C. The airline will offer five flights a day to Fort Lauderdale from the historic terminal, with all other flights continuing to operate out of Terminal C.

The carrier is working with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to install signage and other designs. Spirit said that it will offer temporary complimentary shuttle service between Terminals A and C, every 15 minutes between 4 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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