Spirit Airlines Announces Service from DFW International Airport to Toluca/Mexico City, Detroit and San Diego
As Spirit Airlines gets ready to celebrate the one-year anniversary of introducing its ultra low fares to the Metroplex, the airline is more than quadrupling the number of cities it serves from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport this summer.
Spirit today announced that it will start non-stop daily service from DFW to three more new cities on June 21, 2012, including Toluca/Mexico City, Detroit and San Diego.
Spirit started service from the Dallas/Fort Worth on May 5, 2011, with non-stop service to Fort Lauderdale and Las Vegas, followed by Chicago. The airline also now offers non-stop service to Atlanta, Boston, New York LaGuardia, Orlando and Phoenix/Mesa. On May 3, 2012, Spirit starts daily service to Denver and three weekly flights to Myrtle Beach, and on May 4, 2012, Spirit begins four weekly flights to Tampa.
“Spirit Airlines is clearly gaining a lot of traction in the Dallas/Fort Worth market, with new flights to San Diego, Detroit and Toluca, Mexico,” said Jeff Fegan, CEO of DFW International Airport. “We are very encouraged by Spirit's growth and their entry into Mexico, which means more great travel options for our passengers.”
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