Spirit Airlines had added three more routes from Orlando International Airport – two to the Caribbean island of Jamaica and one to Denver.
Starting 28 February, 2019, Spirit will begin a four-weekly service from Orlando to Montego Bay, Jamaica and a daily Denver, Colorado service. Just a few days later, on 1 March, Spirit will begin a three-weekly route from Orlando to Kingston, Jamaica.
The announcement comes on the same day Spirit begins flights from Orlando to Colombia, with non-stop service to Bogotá, Medellín, and Cartagena. The latest announcement will make a total of 16 new international and domestic routes added from Orlando since September for Spirit. This expansion is the largest in the airline’s history.
Before the close of 2018, Orlando will also become home to a new Spirit Airlines crew base, set to begin operating 1 December.
“We’re excited to be back in Orlando announcing even more destinations,” said Spirit Airlines’ chief executive officer, Bob Fornaro. “The new routes to Colombia and upcoming service to Jamaica and Denver, will cap off our largest-ever expansion, and we’ve seen a wonderful response from both our Guests and Spirit team members. The future is bright in Orlando.”
Spirit will now offer the Orlando area non-stop service to 39 destinations with up to 50 daily flights across the US, Caribbean and Latin America.