Travel insiders keep predicting airfare will continue to rise throughout the summer season and possibly beyond.
As such, it might be best for conscience spenders to take a look at certain airlines known for their low prices.
Depending on where you go and what time of year you book, there are some great deals to be found.
Those looking to stay in the U.S. are more likely to find some hefty savings on their next getaway.
A few airlines announced some upcoming additions to their flight schedules. There will be 15 new routes combined between 3 low-cost carriers.
Travelers should take a look to see if their desired destination is included, and maybe they will save money in what has become an expensive year to fly across the board.
Spirit Airlines Is Launching 4 New Routes From Charleston
Some say Spirit doesn’t have the best reputation due to many problems travels experience when flying with Spirit, but they have been in business since the early 1990s.
A simple TikTok search will result in dozens of videos with alleged horrible experiences with the airline.
But they must be doing something right, or else they wouldn’t be in a position to offer new routes to their customers.
“Budget airlines” can have iffy reputations due to stringent rules for bags, subpar customer service, untimely schedule changes, and expensive add-on fees.
Spirit has installed Wi-Fi capability on many planes and has taken steps to improve customer satisfaction.
Luckily in the past three years we’ve invested considerable amount of time and energy focusing on improving the operational performance of the airline to the point where now we’re usually a top three, top four operator in the United States as far as on-time performance, mishandled bags and cancellation rate are concerned.” – Ted Christie, CEO, Spirit Airlines
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All of Spirit’s new routes will be based out of the charming city of Charleston, South Carolina.
Travelers entrusting Spirit with their travel needs can see if these new routes benefit them.
Charleston (CHS) to:
- Daily flights to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) beginning April 5
- Daily flights to Philadelphia beginning (PHL) April 5
- Daily flights to Newark (EWR) beginning April 5
- Flights 5x per week to Las Vegas beginning September 7 for $99
Avelo Airlines Is Launching 9 New Routes Out Of Delaware
Out of all 50 states, Delaware is the only one to have just a single airport with commercial airline service.
A newly launched airline, Avelo, was only the second to fly out of Wilmington after Frontier cut their routes.
Now, Avelo is looking to make the most populous city in Delaware a bigger hub as they just announced 9 new flight options from Wilmington (ILG).
Both Delawareans and Philadelphians can take advantage of the introductory $29 prices as ILG is only 37 miles from the City of Brotherly Love.
Avelo will now fly from Wilmington to these cities at low prices:
- Twice per week to Greenvile/Spartanburg (GSP) beginning June 22 for $29
- Twice per week to Nashville (BNA) beginning June 22 for $39
- Twice per week to Wilmington, NC (ILM) beginning June 22 for $29
- Twice per week to Daytona Beach (DAB) beginning June 23 for $49
- Twice per week to Charleston (CHS) beginning June 23 for $39
- 3 flights per week to Myrtle Beach (MYR) beginning June 23 for $39
- Twice per week to Melbourne/Cocoa Beach (MLB) beginning June 28 for $49
Breeze Airways Launches More Flights Options From New York
Breeze has been rapidly expanding for quite some time, but they have no plans to tap the brakes any time soon.
The new airline that continues to gain popularity amongst its passengers announced two new routes out of New York.
Although, it’s probably not from the airport you would expect. No, it’s not JFK, LaGuardia, or even Newark.
It’s nearby Long Island/Islip. Not far outside of New York City, this is a smaller airport with some surprisingly good flight options, including 6 total from Breeze.
The 2 newest routes out of Long Island/Islip (ISP) are being offered at low introductory fares:
- Twice per week to Portland, ME (PWM) beginning June 28 for $49
- Twice per week to Raleigh-Durham (RDU) beginning June 28 for $59
For best results and sale prices, it is best to book directly with each airline.
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