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Spirit Airlines announces more routes to San Juan

Starting today, Spirit Airlines will begin daily nonstop service to Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport from Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI).

The
additional service will strengthen Spirit’s position as a major carrier for Puerto
Rico, as it currently serves both San Juan and Aguadilla. In October 2018, Spirit
launched nonstop service connecting Orlando, Fla. to Aguadilla.

“We’re
so proud to have been serving Puerto Rico since 2001, and we are thrilled to be
expanding here again,” said Mark Kopczak, Spirit Airlines’ vice president of Network
Planning.

“We
believe these new routes from Tampa and Baltimore will provide greater convenience
to our guests with more low fare, nonstop flights,” he said.

The
latest service expansion comes with continued growth for Spirit Airlines. Recently
the airline announced it will be starting service in Jacksonville, Fla., which will
also connect to Baltimore/Washington, DC, Detroit, Chicago and Fort Lauderdale.

The
new route between Tampa and San Juan will join the resumption of nonstop seasonal
flights starting in November between Tampa and Akron-Canton, Boston, Cleveland,
Hartford, Latrobe, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh.

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