A reduction airline is including two extra locations out of Charlotte subsequent yr.
Spirit Airways will start day by day, continuous flights to Dallas-Fort Price and Nashville, Tennessee, from Charlotte Douglas Worldwide Airport on April 12, spokesman Tommy Fletcher instructed The Charlotte Observer Wednesday.
Pricing is dependent upon route and time of yr, he mentioned.
It’s the most recent addition for the Florida-based airline. Spirit began two direct flights this month: to LaGuardia Airport in New York Metropolis and Miami Worldwide Airport, the Observer beforehand reported.
However simply as Spirit provides routes in Charlotte, it’s additionally slicing 35 routes in January, largely out of Florida, in accordance with trade publication Airline Weekly. Spirit didn’t instantly say if any Charlotte routes have been impacted.
The cuts are blamed on provide chain points and air visitors management constraints the airline trade is dealing with, in accordance with the trade publication. Spirit has minimize 40% of its scheduled flights between Florida and the remainder of the U.S.
Spirit started service at CLT in 2019 with direct flights to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando in Florida, Newark, New Jersey, and Baltimore/Washington.
Final month, Spirit shareholders accredited plans to promote the airways to JetBlue in a virtually $4-billion deal. The plan nonetheless faces regulatory hurdles.
Charlotte Douglas was one of many busiest airports on the earth final yr, ranked the fifth busiest airport for arrivals and departures, in accordance with Airports Council Worldwide 2021 preliminary rankings.
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