Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines now will offer flights to the Big Easy.

Starting on April 13, the carrier will offer nonstop service connecting Atlantic City International Airport to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, according to Spirit.

Spirit will operate four flights per week between the two destinations.

“We are excited Spirit Airlines is adding nonstop service between Atlantic City and New Orleans, a premier destination known for its culture, cuisine, jazz music and Mardi Gras,” said Airport Director, Tim Kroll in a press release. “This year-round route is another result of the strong partnership between Spirit Airlines and the Atlantic City International Airport. Together, we are dedicated to promoting the convenience of our facility.”

Spirit has been providing flights from South Jersey for more than 27 years. They currently operate 10 flights a day to six cities including Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Myrtle Beach, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach. On April 12, the airlines will resume daily seasonal flights to Atlanta.

— Maxwell Reil

Contact: 609-272-7258 mreil@pressofac.com

Twitter @acpressmaxreil

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