Spirit Airlines to serve MSP airport
Spirit Airlines announced today it will be serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting May 31, providing flights to Chicago and Las Vegas.
"Competition among airlines is good for consumers, and Spirit’s unique low-fare business model provides a valuable alternative for cost-conscious travelers," said Dan Boivin, chairman of the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), which owns and operates MSP and six general aviation airports in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. "It is a goal of the MAC to expand choices for the consumer with more options to more destinations while maintaining our commitment to sound environmental stewardship."
Spirit is a low-fare carrier that offers flights to a number of popular destinations, including Las Vegas, Chicago and several airports in Florida.