Spirit Airlines Starts Service From Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport To Chicago, Denver And Minneapolis-St. Paul

MIRAMAR, Fla., Nov. 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Spirit Airlines (Nasdaq:SAVE) today starts daily nonstop seasonal service from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) to three new cities, including Chicago O'Hare (ORD), Denver (DEN) and Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP).

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

"Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport fits Spirit's growth strategy by continuing to take customers to the big cities they want to go to, at an affordable price," said Spirit's Vice President of Network Planning, Mark Kopczak. "We look forward to serving even more travelers to and from the Phoenix area with Spirit's ultra-low fares and optional add-ons for a total price that's tough to beat!"

"The addition of Spirit Airlines to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, along with the recent approval of Terminal 3 improvements, only further exemplifies Phoenix's continued commitment to improve America's Friendliest Airport™, promote economic development, and enhance our relationships with other markets and passengers," said Phoenix Vice Mayor Bill Gates.

Spirit also recently started daily nonstop service between Phoenix Sky Harbor and Dallas/Fort Worth on October 24, 2013.

Spirit's Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) – Chicago (ORD) seasonal schedule effective November 7, 2013:
           
  Depart Arrive Flight # Stops Frequency
Phoenix Sky Harbor – Chicago O'Hare 1:25 am 5:50 am 168* 0 Daily
Chicago O'Hare – Phoenix Sky Harbor 9:15 pm 12:10 am +1 167 0 Daily

*effective 11/8/13

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