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Spirit Airlines

The American airline Spirit Airlines is the largest ultra low cost carrier in North America, and a major operator in the US, Latin America and the Caribbean. The airline has ten operating bases, like for example Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and Miami. Like most low cost airlines, Spirit Airlines isn’t a part of any major global airline alliance.

CALLSIGN: SPIRIT WINGS. IATA Code: NK. ICAO Code: NKS

Website: http://www.spiritair.com/

Spirit market distribution on each continent.

Spirit Airlines 30 days of scheduled flights

The graph shows thenumber of scheduled flights per day. The bars are divided between domestic and international flights.

Spirit airports

Number of routes on some of the biggest Spirit Airlines airports.
Routes re-launching soonRE-LAUNCH

Flights with Spirit Airlines that are seasonal or re-launching again.

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Jul 9 ORD Chicago San Diego SAN »
Jul 10 EWR New York Kansas City MCI »
Jul 10 SEA Seattle Los Angeles LAX »
Jul 10 DFW Dallas Columbus CMH »
Jul 10 DFW Dallas Kansas City MCI »
Jul 10 DFW Dallas San Antonio SAT »
Jul 10 MCI Kansas City Boston BOS »
Jul 10 RNO Reno Los Angeles LAX »
Jul 10 ORD Chicago New York EWR »
Jul 10 LAX Los Angeles Portland PDX »
Jul 11 DFW Dallas Memphis MEM »
Jul 11 DFW Dallas Milwaukee MKE »
Aug 13 MSP Minneapolis Baltimore BWI »
Aug 13 FLL Fort Lauderdale Rochester ROC »
Aug 13 BOS Boston New York LGA »
Aug 13 DFW Dallas Minneapolis MSP »
Aug 13 IAH Houston Austin AUS »
Aug 13 MIA Miami Orlando MCO »
Aug 13 ORD Chicago Nashville BNA »
Aug 13 LAS Las Vegas Norfolk ORF »
Aug 13 LAX Los Angeles Sacramento SMF »
Aug 13 LGA New York Baltimore BWI »
Aug 13 DTW Detroit Oakland OAK »
Updated 2024-06-18.
New Spirit Airlines routesNEW

Recently added routes to our site. This usually means the flight route is new.

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EWR New York Columbus CMH Active  »
FLL Fort Lauderdale Salt Lake City SLC Active  »
SJC San Jose Baltimore BWI Active  »
SJC San Jose Los Angeles LAX Active  »
SJC San Jose Portland PDX Active  »
IAH Houston Pittsburgh PIT Active  »
SLC Salt Lake City San Diego SAN Active  »
SMF Sacramento Baltimore BWI Active  »
DTW Detroit Nashville BNA Active  »
DTW Detroit Charleston CHS Active  »
CMH Columbus Boston BOS Active  »
SAN San Diego Portland PDX Active  »
PDX Portland Burbank BUR Active  »
BOS Boston Pittsburgh PIT Active  »
EWR New York Kansas City MCI Jul 10  »
SEA Seattle Los Angeles LAX Jul 10  »
DFW Dallas Columbus CMH Jul 10  »
DFW Dallas Kansas City MCI Jul 10  »
DFW Dallas San Antonio SAT Jul 10  »
MCI Kansas City Boston BOS Jul 10  »
RNO Reno Los Angeles LAX Jul 10  »
ORD Chicago New York EWR Jul 10  »
The list of new routes is usually updated every third month.
Most popular flight routesPOPULAR

Spirit Airlines operates over 600 flight routes. Here are the most popular.

From     To  
FLL Fort Lauderdale Atlanta ATL  »
LAS Las Vegas Los Angeles LAX  »
ORD Chicago Fort Lauderdale FLL  »
FLL Fort Lauderdale Baltimore BWI  »
FLL Fort Lauderdale New York EWR  »
LAS Las Vegas Dallas DFW  »
LAS Las Vegas San Jose SJC  »
LAS Las Vegas Oakland OAK  »
LAS Las Vegas Burbank BUR  »
LAS Las Vegas San Diego SAN  »
LAS Las Vegas Sacramento SMF  »
FLL Fort Lauderdale New York LGA  »
DTW Detroit New York LGA  »
DTW Detroit Los Angeles LAX  »
MCO Orlando New York EWR  »
IAH Houston Fort Lauderdale FLL  »
LAS Las Vegas Reno RNO  »
DFW Dallas Fort Lauderdale FLL  »
Based on the number of flight departures in July 2024.
Spirit Airlines Aircrafts

Aircraft models scheduled to fly with Spirit Airlines.

Aircraft model Flights
A320neo 8931
Airbus A320 (sharklets) 8784
Airbus A321 (sharklets) 3786
A321neo 2239
Airbus A319 1109

Spirit Airlines airports

Sorted by the number of departing flights next month.

An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.