Articles Tagged ‘Spirit Airlines’

Three regions battle it out for victory in Week 39 of the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition

Three regions battle it out for victory in Week 39 of the 2018 Arch of Triumph competition

A total of seven airports across Europe, North America and the Caribbean entered this week’s Arch of Triumph competition. With an average score of 27.6 out of 40, it has certainly been a par week of performances. Find out here to see which airport did enough to climb into the top ten with its superb display.

Spirit Airlines adds Central America and Caribbean from Orlando

Spirit Airlines adds Central America and Caribbean from Orlando

Spirit Airlines launches flights from Orlando to seven destinations – six already flown to by other airlines.

Spirit Airlines increased Houston Intercontinental traffic by 18% in Q1 2018; airport accounts for 8.2% of the airline's annual traffic

Spirit Airlines increased Houston Intercontinental traffic by 18% in Q1 2018; airport accounts for 8.2% of the airline’s annual traffic

Spirit Airlines is one of the leading ULCCs at Houston Intercontinental Airport, handling a network of 20 destinations. Jonathan Ford looks at the carrier’s recent growth from the Texan hub, which it has served since September 2012, including its top connections and its focus on international markets.


Spirit Airlines launches North Carolina expansion

Spirit Airlines launches North Carolina expansion

Spirit Airlines launches flights on nine new routes, including its first to Asheville and Greensboro.

Senior WOW air, Delta Air Lines, Spirit Airlines and Swoop execs to talk innovation at Future Travel Experience Global 2018

Senior WOW air, Delta Air Lines, Spirit Airlines and Swoop execs to talk innovation at Future Travel Experience Global 2018

More than 750 industry innovators will gather in Las Vegas from 10-12 September for the 13th edition of anna.aero’s sister event, Future Travel Experience Global. The theme of the show is “Disrupt or be disrupted”, with many of the world’s leading airline executives speaking at the conference.

Americas-Caribbean S18 review: US has two-thirds of seats; Rio-São Paulo is busiest route

Americas-Caribbean S18 review: US has two-thirds of seats; Rio-São Paulo is busiest route

With peak season fast approaching, anna.aero decided to take a look around the world at the busiest country markets, airlines and routes for a typical week in S18. Nick Preston starts the worldwide review with a look at the Americas and Caribbean region, offering a comparison of this year’s schedules with S17.


Spirit Airlines strengthens network with 10 new connections

Spirit Airlines strengthens network with 10 new connections

Spirit Airlines begins operations on nine domestic links and adds Cap-Haitien in Haiti to its route map. 

Spirit Airlines enters Ecuador

Spirit Airlines enters Ecuador

Spirit Airlines links Fort Lauderdale to Guayaquil – launches a further four routes. 

Vote for your favourite Fire Truck Water Arch ‒ S18 Part I

Vote for your favourite Fire Truck Water Arch ‒ S18 Part I

For one of the 27 airports involved in this week’s Arch of Triumph public vote it will be a great start to the summer season, because within seven days one airport will have a new certificate adorning the fire station walls, and the fire crews will be the toast of the airport. Let battle commence!!


Spirit Airlines adds Richmond to its route map

Spirit Airlines adds Richmond to its route map

Spirit Airlines begins routes to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando from the Virginia airport.

Spirit Airlines now pushes six million passengers from Fort Lauderdale, its largest airport; 39 of 53 routes flown at least daily this summer

Spirit Airlines now pushes six million passengers from Fort Lauderdale, its largest airport; 39 of 53 routes flown at least daily this summer

Spirit Airlines is one of the leading carriers at Fort Lauderdale, carrying 6.31 million passengers from the Floridian city in 2017. This year the airline will add six new routes from its biggest base, however one destination appears to have not performed as expected. Jonathan Ford tells more on recent developments.

North America wins its first Arch of Triumph award of 2018

North America wins its first Arch of Triumph award of 2018

While we love to receive inside-aircraft FTWA images, the anna.aero judges are traditionalists and do prefer their water arches captured outside the inaugural aircraft. See how the external FTWA from this route launch performs against the other three entries from around the world we have received this week.