Spirit Airlines Announces Resumption of Seasonal Service Between Boston and Atlantic City and Boston and Fort Myers

Published on : Friday, January 17, 2014

spirit-airlines-to-growSpirit Airlines announced the early resumption of seasonal service from Boston (BOS) to Atlantic City (ACY). ;;;These services, which had previously been planned to start on April 2, 2014, will now be effective March 20, 2014. ;In addition, Spirit has extended the dates of its second seasonal flight from Boston to Fort Myers, also effective March 20, 2014. ;

“We are pleased to add these additional flights during the busy spring break travel season allowing our customers the opportunity to save money with our ultra-low fares,” said Mark Kopczak, Spirit’s Vice President of Network Planning. ;

“When airlines expand at Boston Logan it provides choice for our customers and competition helps keep fares low,” said Massport CEO Thomas P. Glynn. “We appreciate and applaud Spirit’s investment in the Boston market.”

“Spirit’s decision to return it’s seasonal service earlier than originally planned speaks volumes for the value and resilience of this market and Spirit’s long term partnership with ACY. We’re looking forward to welcoming our returning visitors and introducing this great destination to our new arrivals as well,” said E.J. Mullins, Interim General Manager for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey at Atlantic City International Airport.

“We are pleased Spirit will be adding an additional flight between Southwest Florida International Airport and Boston two weeks earlier than planned,” said Robert M. Ball, A.A.E., executive director of the Lee County Port Authority. “More opportunities for our passengers during our busy season is always great news.”

Customers can check out the insanely low fares on flights and vacation packages offered every day at www.spirit.com and also sign up to receive email alerts on Spirit’s deals and offers.


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