Spirit Airlines made this announcement:
Spirit Airlines’ bright yellow planes are about to touch down at John Wayne Airport (SNA), and more flights are already on the way. The airline announced plans for more service to the airport in 2021 with a second daily flight to Las Vegas (LAS) and new nonstop service to Phoenix (PHX).
SNA will become the newest dot on Spirit’s route map on November 17, when the airline launches its previously announced daily flight to LAS and twice-daily service to Oakland (OAK). Orange County recently awarded Spirit additional takeoff and landing rights for 2021, which allowed for the expansion to PHX and additional flying to LAS.
Spirit Airlines at SNA
|Destination||Flights Available:||Launch Date:|
|Oakland (OAK)||2x daily||Nov. 17, 2020|
|Las Vegas (LAS)||2x daily||Nov. 18, 2020*|
|Phoenix (PHX)||1x daily||Jan. 6, 2021|
*Second daily flight begins Jan. 6, 2021
Spirit touched down in California more than 20 years ago with its first flight to Los Angeles (LAX), launching two decades of growth across the Golden State. In the years that followed, the airline expanded its options for Guests in the L.A. basin with service to Burbank (BUR), and grew to serve Sacramento (SMF), Oakland (OAK) and San Diego (SAN) as well.
Spirit’s commitment to Safe Travels includes a multi-layered safety approach that requires all Guests and Team Members to wear face coverings. Each passenger agrees to that policy as part of a health and safety acknowledgement prior to boarding the aircraft. Every plane in our Fit Fleet® uses state-of-the-art, high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters that capture 99.97% of particles and filter the air for contaminants every 3 minutes.
Between each flight, enhanced cleaning procedures focus on high-touch areas such as tray tables and armrests using hospital-grade disinfectants. Spirit also uses two EPA-registered fogging treatments. The first applies a safe, high-grade disinfectant that’s effective against coronaviruses. The second uses an antimicrobial product that forms an invisible barrier on all surfaces that kills bacteria and viruses on contact for 30 days. Please visit Spirit’s COVID-19 Information Center for more information on safety enhancements.
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