Thursday, January 12, 2017

Spirit Airlines adds to destinations at Bush airport

While you're planning for spring and summer 2017, Spirit Airlines wants to give Houstonians some ideas.

The low-cost airline announced on Tuesday that it's adding two new routes from Houston's big airport, otherwise known as George Bush Intercontinental Airport, or IAH.

Nonstop, daily year-round service from Bush to Newark Liberty International Airport, and a seasonal route to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, both begin on April 27.

The latest additions are part of 10 new routes announced this week, Spirit says in a statement.

"These new nonstop flights, combined with our ultra-low fares, will give many more customers the chance to check off their travel bucket lists with more money saved to spend making memories on vacation," Mark Kopczak, Spirit Airlines' vice president of Network Planning, said in a statement.

Spirit, based in South Florida, has been known for its cheap flights and no-frills passenger experience.


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