Spirit Airlines

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Spirit Airlines Airbus A321 leaving Fort Lauderdale

Spirit Airlines is an American low-cost airline. Their biggest hub is in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.[1] It flies to 57 cities throughout The Americas.

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Spirit Airlines was founded in 1980 at Michigan. It was known as Charter One. In 1992, it's name was finally changed to Spirit Airlines and it's headquarters were moved to Miramar, Florida. Spirit Airlines ordered 30 Airbus A320 family airplanes in 2006. In March 2007, Spirit became a low-cost carrier. It lowered its prices, got rid of free snacks & drinks and started charging passengers for luggage. [2] In 2011, Spirit opened focus cities in Chicago, Dallas and Las Vegas. [3] [4]

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