Last Updated 1 second agoSpirit is really taking advantage of the travel industry’s big comeback this year as they continue to add new flights.
The low-cost carrier recently announced they are launching 4 new routes out of the charming city of Charleston and apparently they aren’t planning on stopping there.
Boston will now have 5 new routes to major cities across the U.S. from the East Coast to West Coast.
In addition to their recent addition of Wi-Fi on many of their planes, the low-cost carrier also announced new artificial intelligence integration to improve the customer experience.
With a better flight scheduling system, this latest add-on will allow Spirit to continually Invest in the Guest — the name for the airline’s promise to improve the guest experience.
With so many great routes to choose from, those looking to save money on their trips this year should consider Spirit for their travel plans.
The sooner you book, the better, as flights right now are as low as $29!
Spirit Adds 5 New Routes From Boston
Spirit will soon offer 5 new routes from the beautiful city of Boston, Massachusetts. These new routes are set to launch this summer.
The Florida-based airline already offers a lot of options out of Boston (BOS), but new flights to major cities will be even better.
“It’s exciting to grow our service in Boston and provide new nonstop options to a variety of popular destinations across the country. We trust Bostonians will appreciate the great value and convenience we provide our Guests at such affordable prices. – John Kirby, VP of Network Planning at Spirit Airlines
Mr. Kirby went on to thank the team behind the scenes for bringing the exciting new flights into reality.
Top 5 Travel Insurance Plans For 2023 Starting At $10 Per Week
“Special thanks to Ed Freni and the terrific team at Massport for their partnership and this opportunity to deepen our New England ties.”
Perhaps the best part of all is these routes is flights will be nonstop, so passengers can rest assured of easy travels to their desired destination.
These are the 5 new routes Spirit is offering for the upcoming summer season:
- Daily flights from Boston to Charlotte, North Carolina (CLT) beginning June 7
- Daily flights from Boston to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas (DFW) beginning June 7
- Daily flights from Boston to Houston, Texas (IAH) beginning August 9
- Daily flights from Boston to Los Angeles, California beginning July 5
- Daily flights from Boston to Phoenix, Arizona beginning August 9
Spirit’s current schedule out of Boston Logan International Airport:
- Daily flights from Boston to Atlanta, Georgia (ATL)
- Seasonal flights from Boston to Fort Myers (RSW) – excludes summer months
- Daily flights from Boston to Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL)
- Daily flights from Boston to Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS)
- Daily flights from Boston to Miami, Florida (MIA)
- Daily flights from Boston to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (MYR)
- Daily flights from Boston to Orlando, Florida (MCO)
- Daily flights from Boston to San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)
- Daily flights from Boston to Tampa Bay, Florida (TPA)
If these flights don’t tickle your fancy, Boston travelers are also in close proximity to Manchester, New Hampshire, which Spirit also proudly serves.
Spirit offers cost-effective flights to multiple destinations from Manchester (MHT) to South Carolina, Florida and more.
How Spirit Continues To Invest In The Guest
Spirit has already implemented Wi-Fi on many of its planes, but it will continue to do so on the rest of the planes without an Internet connection.
Those seeking Wi-Fi should simply look for the Wi-Fi logo when booking their flight. They have also begun a complete overhaul of their planes in an attempt to stand out from other budget carriers.
Passengers should expect new, wider seats and headrests with comfortable cushions and even more upgrades to the Big Front Seat category for extra legroom.
Lastly, with the integration of AI, Spirit may not see firsthand the benefits of this unique addition.
Amadeus SkySYM (the AI) is a long-term investment to reduce flight delays and cancellations and provide the best possible schedule for flights.
Since low-cost carriers tend to have fewer flights on a daily basis, it can be extremely frustrating when slip-ups occur.
This latest AI assistance will help Spirit determine the best possible options in the long run.
Traveler Alert: Don’t Forget Travel Insurance For Your Next Trip!
↓ Join Our Community ↓
The Travel Off Path Community FB group has all the latest reopening news, conversations, and Q&A’s happening daily!
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LATEST POSTS
Enter your email address to subscribe to Travel Off Path’s latest breaking travel news, straight to your inbox.
This article originally appeared on TravelOffPath.com
Appeared first on: traveloffpath.com