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Spirit Airlines to double flight attendant pay through January 4

From CNN:

Spirit Airlines flight attendants are receiving double pay on any work through January 4, 2022 their union said, as the budget carrier scrambles to keep its schedules intact after U.S. airlines were hammered by a week of mass cancellations according to CNN.

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https://www.cnn.com/2021/12/31/business/spirit-airlines-flight-attendant-pay-covid/index.html

Spirit Airlines is coming to Memphis

Memphis International Airport and Spirit Airlines made this announcement:

Bright yellow planes will soon be flying into the Home of the Blues for the first time as Spirit Airlines today announced the addition of Memphis to its route map, launching three daily, nonstop routes to Las Vegas (LAS) and Orlando (MCO) in April 2022, followed by Los Angeles (LAX) in June 2022Memphis will be the second Tennessee airport Spirit serves following its entrance into Nashville in 2019.

Spirit Airlines Routes at MEM:  

Destination:

Flights Available:

Launch Date:

Las Vegas (LAS)

Daily

April 20, 2022

Orlando (MCO)

Daily

April 20, 2022

Los Angeles (LAX)

Daily

June 8, 2022

Spirit Airlines to expand in Philadelphia

Spirit Airlines Airbus A319-132 N519NK (msn 2723) LAS (Gunter Mayer). Image: 956064.

Spirit Airlines has announced it is adding seven new destinations and increasing service to Cancun (CUN) from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).

The expansion will begin with nonstop New Orleans (MSY) service launching on Feb. 16, 2022, followed by new routes to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (BQN), Nashville (BNA), Houston (IAH), Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ), Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ) and over to the West Coast at Oakland/San Francisco (OAK) by May 18, 2022. The additions of Aguadilla and Oakland unlock totally new, unserved markets for PHL, saving Guests valuable time and expense by eliminating costly connections.

Spirit Airlines Routes at PHL:  

Destination:

Flights Available:

Launch Date:

New Orleans (MSY) NEW

Daily

Feb. 16

Aguadilla, PR (BQN) NEW

4 flights per week

Apr. 20

Nashville (BNA) NEW

Daily

May 11

Houston (IAH) NEW

Daily

May 11

Punta Cana, DR (PUJ) NEW

4 flights per week

May 18

Montego Bay, JM (MBJ) NEW

3 flights per week

May 18

Oakland/San Francisco (OAK) NEW

Daily

May 18

Atlanta (ATL)

Daily

Existing Service

Cancun, MX (CUN)

Daily

Increasing service Apr. 20

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

Daily

Existing Service

Detroit (DTW)

Daily

Existing Service

Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

3-4 flights per day

Existing Service

Fort Myers (RSW)

3-4 flights per week

Existing Service

Las Vegas (LAS)

Daily

Existing Service

Los Angeles (LAX)

Daily

Existing Service

Miami (MIA)

Daily

Existing Service

Myrtle Beach (MYR)

Daily

Existing Service

Orlando (MCO)

3-4 flights per day

Existing Service

San Juan, PR (SJU)

1-2 flights per day

Existing Service

Tampa (TPA)

Daily

Existing Service

Spirit began operations at PHL in 2013 with service to Dallas (DFW), Las Vegas (LAS) and Myrtle Beach (MYR), and gradually added service over the years. With the seven new routes, Spirit will now serve 20 destinations in the U.S. and the Caribbean from PHL.

Top Copyright Photo: Spirit Airlines Airbus A319-132 N519NK (msn 2723) LAS (Gunter Mayer). Image: 956064.

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Spirit Airlines is giving away ‘Spiritaneous’ flights at MIA to celebrate 19 new routes

Florida’s Hometown Airline is giving South Florida travelers the gift of More Go following its initial entry into Miami International Airport (MIA) in October. Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) will launch many more nonstop routes from MIA this week, gradually increasing to a total of 31 destinations served from MIA. To celebrate, Spirit is bringing back “Spiritaneous” — a giveaway named after the spontaneous trip participants take immediately after winning.

Spiritaneous Giveaway

Participants may enter the Spiritaneous giveaway between 8-8:30 a.m. EST on Wednesday, Nov. 17, near Spirit’s counter in Concourse J, inside Door 33 on the first floor. Nineteen pairs of winners will be selected at random and can fly to most nonstop destinations that Spirit serves from MIA on Nov. 17.

Spirit Airlines Nonstop Routes from MIA

Destination:

Start Date:

Destination:

Start Date:

Atlantic City (ACY)

Oct. 6

Detroit (DTW)

Nov. 17

Atlanta (ATL)*

Oct. 6

Hartford-Bradley (BDL)

Nov. 17

Baltimore (BWI)

Oct. 6

Houston (IAH)*

Nov. 17

Bogotá (BOG)*

Oct. 7

Myrtle Beach (MYR)

Nov. 17

Guatemala City (GUA)*

Oct. 7

New York LaGuardia (LGA)

Nov. 17

Medellín (MDE)

Oct. 6

Orlando (MCO)*

Nov. 17

Newark (EWR)

Oct. 6

Philadelphia (PHL)*

Nov. 17

Santo Domingo (SDQ)*

Oct. 6

Raleigh-Durham (RDU)

Nov. 17

Las Vegas (LAS)*  

Nov. 16

San Juan (SJU) *

Nov. 17

Barranquilla (BAQ)*

Nov. 17

San Pedro Sula (SAP)*

Nov. 18

Boston (BOS)

Nov. 17

Tegucigalpa-Palmerola (XPL)**

Nov. 24

Cali (CLO)*

Nov. 17

Minneapolis (MSP)*

Jan. 7

Chicago O’Hare (ORD)

Nov. 17

San José, C.R. (SJO)*

Jan. 7

Cleveland (CLE)

Nov. 17

San Salvador (SAL)*

Feb. 17

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) 

Nov. 17

St. Thomas (STT) *

Feb. 17

Denver (DEN) *

Nov. 17

*Not eligible for contest due to early time of flight on Nov. 17, start date, or entry requirements

** Pending government approval

Contest rules

  • Click here to view full contest rules.
  • Promotion only applies to nonstop flights departing MIA between 11:40 a.m. EST and 11:59 p.m. EST on Nov. 17, 2021.
  • Roundtrip tickets include one checked bag and one carry-on bag (taxes and fees included).
  • Contestants limited to one contest entry per person.
  • Guests must be present in contest area near Spirit’s counter located at the arrival level of Concourse J, inside of Door 33, on the day of the event to qualify. Guests must submit their entry form between 8 a.m. EST and 8:30 a.m. EST. The individual drawings for 19 pairs of tickets will start at 8:45 a.m.
  • Parking in the Flamingo Garage is closest access to Spirit’s ticket counters in Concourse J.
  • Guests must come with their bags packed and ready to go.
  • Winners must show required government identification and applicable vaccination/testing documentation at the time of booking.
  • Travelers must review travel-related requirements for the destination they plan to visit and the requirements for reentry back into the U.S. before their flight is booked. For more information on entry or re-entry requirements, please click here and scroll down to the “Travel Requirements” section.
  • Airlines and airports remain subject to federal law requiring Guests to wear an appropriate face covering at airports and on flights.

Spirit Airlines reports net income of $14.8 million in the third quarter

Spirit Airlines, Inc. today reported third quarter 2021 financial results.

Ended the third quarter 2021 with $1.9 billion of unrestricted cash, cash equivalents, short-term investment securities and liquidity available under the Company’s revolving credit facility

As Reported

Third Quarter 2021

Third Quarter 2020

Third Quarter 2019

Total Operating Revenues

$922.6 million

$401.9 million

$992.0 million

Pre-tax Income (Loss)

$(17.0) million

$(128.5) million

$109.0 million

Net Income (Loss)

$14.8 million

$(99.1) million

$83.5 million

Diluted Earnings (Loss) Per Share

$0.14

$(1.07)

$1.22

Adjusted1

Third Quarter 2021

Third Quarter 2020

Third Quarter 2019

Adjusted EBITDA

$9.4 million

$(176.4) million

$191.5 million

Adjusted EBITDA Margin

1.0%

(43.9)%

19.3%

Adjusted Pre-tax Income (Loss)

$(95.9) million

$(276.8) million

$118.1 million

Adjusted Net Income (Loss)

$(74.6) million

$(215.4) million

$90.5 million

Adjusted Net Income (Loss) Per Share, Diluted

$(0.69)

$(2.32)

$1.32

“I want to thank our Team Members for persevering and overcoming the challenges we have faced along the road to recovery in these last few months and for remaining focused on the road ahead nonetheless. Higher fuel prices, continued travel restrictions, and near-term staffing issues have all played their part in delaying our return to sustained profitability, but they have not changed the long-term outlook for Spirit.  Looking ahead, we continue to position Spirit for the post-pandemic environment – an environment in which Spirit will remain the low-cost leader among U.S. operators, with ample opportunities for continued growth and among the best margins in the business,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Ted Christie.

COVID-19
Since its initial onset in early 2020, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved and continues to be fluid. Therefore, the Company’s financial and operational outlook remains subject to change. The Company continues to monitor the impact of the pandemic on its operations and financial condition, and to adjust its mitigation and operational strategies accordingly. Spirit has implemented measures for the safety of its Guests and Team Members as well as to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on its financial position and operations. Please see the Company’s Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the period ending September 30, 2021 for additional disclosures regarding these measures.

The Company believes that providing analysis of financial and operational performance compared to third quarter 2019 is a more relevant measure of performance due to the severe impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic on our financial results and operational performance for 2020.

Capacity and Operations
The Company experienced significant operating challenges during the quarter driven in part by adverse weather conditions which, when combined with airport staffing shortages and crew dislocations, led to an unusually large number of flight delays and cancellations. Following these disruptions, and in light of continued airport staffing issues, Spirit elected to make tactical schedule reductions to help support its operational reliability, which resulted in lower-than-expected capacity growth for the quarter. Load factor for the third quarter 2021 was 77.6 percent on a 3.5 percent capacity increase versus third quarter 2019. Spirit’s DOT on-time performancewas 68.3 percent and its Completion Factor2 was 93.5 percent.

Revenue Performance  
Total operating revenues for the third quarter 2021 were $922.6 million, a decrease of 7.0 percent versus third quarter 2019. Despite the operational challenges in the quarter and the continued negative impact on travel demand due to COVID-19, the Company experienced quarter-over-quarter improvements in total operating revenues and operating yields, increasing 7.4 percent and 8.0 percent, respectively from second quarter 2021.

For the third quarter 2021, total revenue per passenger flight segment (“Segment”) increased 0.7 percent compared to the same period in 2019 to $110.91. Fare revenue per Segment decreased 7.6 percent to $50.61 while Non-ticket revenue per Segment increased 8.9 percent to $60.303. Spirit continues to deliver strong Non-ticket performance as a result of investments in enhanced product offerings and improved merchandising as well as the realized benefits from revenue management initiatives.

Cost Performance
For the third quarter 2021, total GAAP operating expenses, including $78.9 million of special items primarily related to the grant component of the funding received through the payroll support program (further discussed below), increased 4.8 percent compared to the third quarter 2019 to $908.6 million. Adjusted operating expenses for the third quarter 2021 increased 15.1 percent compared to the third quarter 2019 to $987.5 million4. Compared to the third quarter 2019, these changes were primarily driven by an increase in a) salaries, wages and benefits related to higher crew member headcount and contracted rate increases; b) other operating expenses driven by increased flight volume and additional costs incurred as a result of the irregular operations during the quarter; c) aircraft rent expense as a result of a greater number of aircraft financed under operating lease arrangements; and d) higher depreciation and amortization expense due to the depreciation of additional aircraft and the amortization of heavy maintenance events.

Excluding fuel, adjusted operating expenses came in lower than the Company’s expectations provided in mid-August primarily due to less flight volume than expected, lower other operating expenses resulting from a slower pace of hiring, and lower airport rents and landing fees, which have been improving at a more accelerated rate than anticipated.

“The resiliency and strength of our business model has allowed us to deliver financial performance that is among the best throughout the pandemic and gives us confidence in our ability to navigate the challenges ahead in what has proven to be a prolonged recovery period. Considering labor resource uncertainties, we are slowing the pace at which we are going to push the airline back to full fleet utilization and expect to produce 53 to 55 billion available seat miles in 2022”, said Chief Financial Officer Scott Haralson. “We are still targeting sub-6 cent adjusted cost per available seat mile ex-fuel (“Adjusted CASM ex-fuel”) once we get to full utilization. The timeline to achieve that target has stretched out to late 2022/early 2023 due to our slower pace of growth, and increased inflationary pressures – particularly labor and airport costs – will push the target closer to six than we originally expected. We are confident that we will still be among the best margin producers in the business, while remaining the low-cost leader, when the recovery has fully taken hold.”

Fleet
Spirit took delivery of four new A320neo aircraft during the third quarter 2021, three of which were financed through direct operating leases and one under a sale leaseback transaction. The Company ended the quarter with 168 aircraft in its fleet.

Liquidity and Capital Deployment
Spirit ended third quarter 2021 with unrestricted cash, cash equivalents, short-term investment securities and liquidity available under the Company’s revolving credit facility of $1.9 billion.

Total capital expenditures for the nine months ended September 30, 2021 were approximately $249 million, primarily related to pre-delivery deposits associated with future aircraft deliveries and the purchase of four aircraft and two engines off lease.

As previously disclosed, in April 2021, Spirit entered into an extension of the Payroll Support Program (the “PSP3”) under Title VII, Subtitle C of The American Rescue Plan of 2021, with the United States Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”), pursuant to which the Company received a total of $197.9 million used exclusively to pay for salaries, wages and benefits for the Company’s Team Members through September 30, 2021. Of that amount, $29.4 million is in the form of a low-interest 10-year loan. In connection with the Company’s participation in the PSP3, the Company issued a warrant to the U.S. Treasury to purchase up to 80,539 shares of the Company’s common stock, (the “Warrant”), in a private placement exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. The Warrant may be exercised at an exercise price of $36.45 at any time prior to the fifth anniversary of its issuance. The remaining amount of $167.0 million, net of related costs, is in the form of a grant, which  was recognized in special credits in the Company’s condensed consolidated statement of operations during the second and third quarters 2021.

Tax Rate
On a GAAP basis, the Company’s effective tax rate for the third quarter of 2021 was 186.9 percent, materially higher than the Company’s historic average GAAP tax rate. The higher-than-usual GAAP tax rate was driven by a tax benefit resulting from a change in the expected 2021 annualized tax rate. The Company’s non-GAAP tax rate for the third quarter 2021 was 22.1 percent.

Forward Looking Guidance
The fourth quarter and full year 2021 guidance items provided below are based on the Company’s current estimates, and are not a guarantee of future performance. There could be significant risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially, including the risk factors discussed in the Company’s reports on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Spirit undertakes no duty to update any forward-looking statements or estimates.

Fourth Quarter 2021

Adjusted Operating Expenses ($Millions)(1)

$1,050 to $1,060

Adjusted EBITDA Margin (%)(1)

(5)% to Flat

Fuel Cost per Gallon ($)(2)

$2.54

Fuel Gallons (Millions)

122.7

Effective Tax Rate(1)

22%

Full Year 2021

Total Capital Expenditures ($Millions)(3)

Pre-delivery deposits, net of refunds

$120

Aircraft and engine purchases

$70

Other capital expenditures

$100

1Q2021A

2Q2021A

3Q2021A

4Q2021E

Available Seat Miles % Change vs. 2019(4)

(18.9)%

(5.1)%

3.5%

11.2%

Wtd. Average Shares, Basic (Millions)

97.8

105.3

108.4

108.4

Diluted Share Count:

For periods beyond third quarter 2021, if the Company is profitable and its average share price for the period is less than $49.07, the Company estimates its weighted average diluted shares outstanding will be 110.6 million, plus the dilutive impact, if any, from outstanding equity awards and warrants. The Treasury Stock Method will be used to determine the dilutive impact of any outstanding equity awards and warrants. The estimated 110.6 million includes the dilutive impact of approximately 2.2 million shares that may be issued in connection with the 2025 Convertible Notes outstanding.

If the Company is profitable and the average stock price for the period is greater than $49.07, the calculation to compute the dilutive impact, if any, from the 2026 Convertible Notes outstanding is as follows: ((average share price – strike price) x 10.2 million) divided by average share price. This amount would then be added to the estimated 110.6 million shares noted above plus the dilutive impact from any outstanding equity awards and warrants to determine the period’s average diluted share count.

(1)

Excludes special items which may include loss on disposal of assets, special charges and credits, and other items which are not estimable at this time.

(2)

Includes fuel taxes and into-plane fuel cost.

(3)

Total Capital Expenditures assumes all new aircraft deliveries are either delivered under direct leases or financed through Sale leaseback transactions. The estimate for aircraft and engine purchases includes the purchase of four aircraft and two engines off lease and the purchase of spare engines.

(4)

The Company expects that air travel demand will continue to gradually recover in 2021 and continues to closely monitor demand and will make adjustments to the flight schedule as appropriate. However, the situation continues to be fluid and actual capacity adjustments may be different than what the Company currently expects.

Third Quarter 2021 Highlights

  • Spirit initiated service to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • During third quarter 2021, Spirit announced new service to Tegucigalpa, Honduras starting November, 2021
  • Spirit announced plans to donate more than $200,000 in the second half of 2021 alongside ticket donations and sponsorships for a total of 17 nonprofit organizations, including many philanthropic efforts in South Florida. The donations come from the Company’s longstanding Corporate Social Responsibility efforts and from The Spirit Charitable Foundation, with ongoing support for nonprofit organizations focused on education, the environment, the arts, service members and disaster recovery

Spirit Airlines selects Pratt & Whitney GTF™ engines for up to 150 new A320neo Family aircraft

Spirit Airlines has announced it has signed an agreement with Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies business, through its affiliate, IAE International Aero Engines AG, for PW1100G-JM engines to power its latest order of new Airbus A320neo Family aircraft.

Deliveries from the firm 100-aircraft order are expected to begin in 2023, and the agreement includes options for another 50 aircraft.

Spirit Airlines is coming to Ponce, Puerto Rico

Spirit Airlines announced plans to serve Ponce via Mercedita International Airport (PSE), adding to existing options in San Juan (SJU) and Aguadilla (BQN).

Spirit is starting service at PSE with daily flights to Orlando (MCO) launching Feb. 16, 2022. MCO is one of Spirit’s largest airport operations with around 70 flights each day, which will provide one-stop options between PSE and more than a dozen cities throughout the country.

Spirit Airlines One-Stop Options to/from PSE: 

Atlanta (ATL)

Baltimore (BWI)

Cleveland (CLE)

Columbus (CMH)

Detroit (DTW)

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Hartford-Bradley (BDL)

Houston (IAH)

Minneapolis (MSP)

Nashville (BNA)

New Orleans (MSY)

Pensacola (PNS)

Philadelphia (PHL)

Pittsburgh (PIT)

Spirit flew its first flights to Puerto Rico in 2001 when it inaugurated service to San Juan. The airline followed up in 2007 with an expansion to Aguadilla. Adding Ponce will provide Spirit’s Guests with eight nonstop route choices for travel between airports throughout Florida and Puerto Rico.

Spirit Airlines celebrates first flight at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport by adding nonstop route to Myrtle Beach

Spirit Airlines’ bright yellow planes touched down at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) for the first time on October 7 as the Airport celebrated the arrival of their new carrier. The airline brought more exciting news with them, announcing the addition of a seasonal, nonstop route to Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) starting April 20, 2022.

Spirit Airlines is the first new airline at MHT in 17 years and marks an exciting new period of expansion for MHT. Myrtle Beach, their newest addition, marks the first time MHT has had a nonstop flight to the state of South Carolina.

Spirit’s nonstop service to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) from MHT started on October 7. In just six weeks, Spirit’s nonstop service to Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers (RSW) and Tampa International Airport (TPA) will begin on November 17 and 18, respectively.

To celebrate, the Airport pulled out all the stops and threw a big inaugural flight celebration at Spirit’s new gate, Gate 1. As part of the inaugural celebration, the airline provided Free Spirit vouchers to every passenger on the inbound FLL and outbound MCO flights. The vouchers are worth 1,000 points and can be redeemed on future Spirit flights.

Airport officials, Spirit officials and the passengers on the first outbound flight celebrated at Gate 1 as they waited with anticipation for the first Spirit plane to arrive. While waiting, they enjoyed a celebration of Florida-themed activities, starting at Spirit’s ticket counter with colorful floor stickers that led the way to Gate 1. Passengers took photos at a giant flip flop photo station, enjoyed a custom-designed, three-tiered cake from Frederick’s Pastries, and received inaugural flight certificates and other giveaway items.

At 4:30 p.m., all eyes turned outside to watch Spirit’s first plane touch down. The plane, arriving from Fort Lauderdale, received a “water salute”—a traditional airport welcome for new airlines or routes. Spirit Team Members assisted in the ribbon cutting at Gate 1.

Inbound passengers arriving at MHT enjoyed a New Hampshire fall-themed entrance into the Airport, with fall décor, Starbucks pumpkin spice coffee, apple cider donuts from NH Doughnut Co., and VisitNH giveaway items.

MHT and Spirit first announced the new carrier and flights on June 16, 2021.

AerCap signs lease agreements with Spirit Airlines for 20 Airbus A320neo family aircraft

AerCap has announced that it has signed agreements with Spirit Airlines for the lease of 20 new Airbus A320neo Family aircraft.

All twenty aircraft are scheduled to begin delivery in 2022 with deliveries continuing through 2023 and 2024.

Spirit Airlines launches its first flights to Miami

Spirit Airlines today launched service at Miami International Airport (MIA), with its first flight arriving from Atlantic City, N.J. (ACY) (above) and its first departure bound for Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP).

Spirit’s presence at MIA begins with service to nine destinations, which will grow to 31 nonstop options by the time expansions in November and January are complete. The carrier will serve 20 markets domestically and 11 internationally.

Today’s ribbon-cutting ceremony included the announcement of the Free Spirit Flyaway, a  nationwide promotion in which Spirit will give away 31 pairs of roundtrip tickets in honor of each of its nonstop routes from MIA. Even better—the only requirement for entering for a chance to win is to be a member of the Free Spirit® loyalty program, which costs nothing to join and offers the fastest way to earn rewards and status.2

Spirit’s full schedule is large enough to earn the airline a position as MIA’s second largest carrier. Adding service at MIA is the next chapter of Spirit’s story as the carrier steps up to meet the demand for high-value travel to and from South Florida. The carrier is staffing MIA with more than 200 new Spirit Family Members and supporting the expansion with 16 brand new fuel-efficient Airbus A320neo planes being delivered this year. Next year, Spirit plans to accept another 24 new planes into the airline’s Fit Fleet®, which is among the youngest in the industry.

Spirit Airlines Routes from MIA

Destination:

Available:

Start Date:

Destination:

Available:

Start Date:

Atlantic City (ACY)

Daily

Oct. 6

Detroit (DTW)

Daily

Nov. 17

Atlanta (ATL)

Daily

Oct. 6

Hartford-Bradley (BDL)

Daily

Nov. 17

Baltimore (BWI)

Daily

Oct. 6

Houston (IAH)

Daily

Nov. 17

Bogotá (BOG)*

Daily

Oct. 7

Las Vegas (LAS)

Daily

Nov. 17

Guatemala City (GUA)*

4x per week

Oct. 7

Myrtle Beach (MYR)

Daily

Nov. 17

Medellín (MDE)*

Daily

Oct. 6

New York LaGuardia (LGA)

2x per day

Nov. 17

Newark (EWR)

Daily

Oct. 6

Orlando (MCO)

Daily

Nov. 17

Port-au-Prince (PAP)*

4x per week

Oct. 6

Philadelphia (PHL)

Daily

Nov. 17

Santo Domingo (SDQ)*

3x per week

Oct. 6

Raleigh-Durham (RDU)

Daily

Nov. 17

Barranquilla (BAQ)*

Daily

Nov. 17

San Pedro Sula (SAP)*

3x per week

Nov. 18

Boston (BOS)

Daily

Nov. 17

San Juan (SJU)

Daily

Nov. 17

Cali (CLO)*

Daily

Nov. 17

Tegucigalpa-Palmerola (XPL)*

4x per week

Nov. 17

Chicago O’Hare (ORD)

Daily

Nov. 17

San José, C.R. (SJO)*

4x per week

Jan. 5

Cleveland (CLE)

Daily

Nov. 17

San Salvador (SAL)*

3x per week

Jan. 6

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)

Daily

Nov. 17

St. Thomas (STT)

3x per week

Jan. 6

Denver (DEN)

Daily

Nov. 17

*Subject to government approval.

Top Copyright Photo: N930NK operated the first flight to MIA. L. Apso.