Spirit Airlines has recently announced that they are re-launching the 6 non-stop international routes which are aimed to provide more go for the vacation lover people. Well, it will be the first time when Spirit Airlines will fly internationally from Florida since March. In their special announcement, Spirit is reintroducing Latin American destinations from Orlando International Airport throughout the month of December.
The service will begin in Colombia and Honduras, and within weeks it will add Mexico, Guatemala, and EI Salvador. At the starting of 2021, some of the Caribbean routes will be resumed by Spirit Airlines including the most popular destination such as San Juan, Aguadilla, and Puerto Rico, etc.
"Holidays are the time to see family and friends, and we're excited to offer so many nonstop international options from Central Florida," Spirit Airlines Vice President of Network Planning John Kirby said. "We're the only major airline based in Florida, and the Orlando market is one of our largest gateways. We know how valuable it is for people to jump on a plane and fly nonstop to their destination without having to connect through a busy hub."
"International service to Orlando International benefits the entire community and our tourism partners," Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Chief Executive Officer Phil Brown said. "We're pleased Spirit is taking steps to rebuild that connectivity, including resuming service to international destinations currently suspended during the pandemic."
Spirit does not want to take any kind of risk during this announcement and wants its passengers and crew staff to wear masks on the flight or during the journey. It will use top-grade disinfectants to clean the points that are highly touchable such as a tray, tables, washroom, and others.
Spirit is not a single airline that has resumed its international flight service as Singapore Airlines resumed its longest flight earlier this month with a duration of 18 hours and 40 minutes.