Just in time for spring break, Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) is giving Guests more ways to escape the cold for Mexico’s Riviera Maya. America’s fastest growing airline will expand its nonstop service to Cancun from five new cities in the U.S., including Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Austin, Nashville and Philadelphia. These new flights will begin operating in February and March 2020, bringing new options to one of the world’s best leisure destinations. Spirit’s expansion in Cancun will make it the largest ultra-low cost carrier at the airport with eight flights a day.
“Spirit Airlines is pleased to expand our popular Cancun service with five new non-stops gateways including, Austin, Cleveland, Nashville, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh,” said John Kirby, Spirit Airlines’ Vice President of Network Planning. “Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway with friends or a dream family vacation, Cancun’s premier resorts, crystal blue waters and incredible attractions offer a myriad of vacation opportunities.”
This new service is part of Spirit’s continued commitment to deliver the best value in the sky and invest in the Guest experience. Spirit started new service from Nashville last week, and announced plans to grow in Austin and San Juan, Puerto Rico.