$27 Introductory Fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase) Available at www.spirit.com

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Miramar, Florida (March 4, 2011) – Spirit Airlines today started non-stop service between Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and Atlantic City.

To celebrate, Spirit is offering $27 introductory fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase) today and tomorrow only at www.spirit.com.

“The start of Chicago service by Spirit Airlines provides an easy and affordable way for travelers to finally fly directly into the exciting Atlantic City destination and surrounding sea shore communities and offers direct service and low fares to Chicago for our regional market,” said Bart R. Mueller, executive director of the South Jersey Transportation Authority, the owner and operator of the airport.

“We are proud partners of Spirit Airlines and join them today in celebrating the commemoration of their new direct route to Atlantic City,” says Jennifer Weissman, Regional Vice President, Caesar’s Entertainment.  “Caesars Entertainment warmly welcomes new guests from Chicago and beyond who take advantage of the wonderful convenience and accessibility this route provides to our iconic, entertainment-driven seaside city.”

Schedule for Spirit’s Chicago – Atlantic City service effective March 4 – May 31, 2011

 

Depart Arrive Flight # Stops Frequency
From Chicago to Atlantic City 5:05 pm 7:55 pm 848 0 Daily except Tues & Wed
From Atlantic City to Chicago 3:15 pm 4:25 pm 847 0 Daily except Tues & Wed

 

Schedule for Spirit’s Chicago – Atlantic City service effective April 1, 2011

 

Depart Arrive Flight # Stops Frequency
From Chicago to Atlantic City 6:40 am 9:30 am 730 0 Daily
From Atlantic City to Chicago 4:05 pm 5:15 pm 731 0 Daily

 

$27 Introductory Fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase)

 

One-Way Applicable dates
Atlantic City – Chicago $27 05-Apr-11, 06-Apr-11, 07-Apr-11, 11-Apr-11, 12-Apr-11, 14-Apr-11, 03-May-11, 07-May-11, 12-May-11, 16-May-11
Chicago – Atlantic City $27 12-Mar-11, 26-Mar-11, 31-Mar-11, 05-Apr-11, 12-Apr-11, 14-Apr-11, 20-Apr-11, 28-Apr-11, 05-May-11, 10-May-11

 

About Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines (www.spirit.com) is the largest Ultra Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.  As the unbundling leader in the industry, Spirit allows consumers the option of paying only for the features they value without subsidizing the choices of others.  Its all-Airbus fleet, the youngest in the United States, flies more than 150 daily flights to 44 destinations.  The company is based in South Florida.

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*Individual travel-date specific fares must be booked on spirit.com by 11:59PM ET on March 5, 2011 for travel on the dates as specified by individual market and by market direction. Fares are each way based on roundtrip purchase, and roundtrip travel is required, but these fares may be combined with other valid and applicable Spirit Airlines fares on other dates of travel. To view and obtain the travel date specific fares, you must be logged in as a member of the Spirit Airlines $9 Fare Club — if not already enrolled, please go towww.spirit.com for more details on how to become a member. Not all markets are operated on a daily basis during the travel period, or necessarily for the entire travel period — please see www.spirit.com for details.

Travel within the United States

Quoted fare includes the base fare, any fuel surcharges and a 7.5% U.S. excise tax. The quoted fare does not include the following taxes and fees that may apply to your air travel:

– September 11th Security Fee: A September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 applies per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport up to $10 per roundtrip.

– Domestic Segment Tax: A segment tax of $3.70 per U.S. domestic flight segment (a flight segment is defined as one takeoff and landing).

– Passenger Facility Charges (PFC): Up to $18 per round trip per customer in local airport charges.

International Flights (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

– September 11th Security Fee: A September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 applies per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport up to $10 per roundtrip.

– Arrival in the U.S. inspection fees of up to $17.50.

– Passenger Facility Charges (PFC): Up to $18 per round trip per customer in local airport charges.

– Other governmental taxes and fees (including U.S. government excise tax) of up to $100.00 per round trip. Additionally, if sold in, or travel originates in a country outside of the U.S., additional taxes, fees and airport charges may apply (up to 22% of the fare value per country).

– International Service Recovery Fee: International Service Recovery Fee of $5.00 per traveling customer per one way travel is included and applies to all international reservations excluding flights originating in or departing from airports in Colombia or Panama as well as those bookings created directly at Spirit Airlines’ airport locations.

– Travel must originate in the U.S. for fares listed for Colombian destinations.

 

All Travel

– Passenger Usage Fee: Passenger Usage Fee of $8 per traveling customer per one way travel is included and applies to all reservations with the exception of those bookings created directly at Spirit Airlines’ airport locations. All fares are subject to change until confirmed and purchased.

– Certain fares exclude Fuel Pass Through, including itineraries originating in Colombia where there is a mandated fuel surcharge that differs from the Fuel Pass Through.

Please go to www.spirit.com for a complete list of Spirit Airlines’ travel policies and Contract of Carriage.

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