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Spirit Airlines announces new Boston - Atlantic City route
Spirit Airlines today announced that the ultra low cost carrier will begin service between Boston and Atlantic City on May 1, 2009.
"We are thrilled that that these communities are creating the right environment for Spirit to continue to grow these important focus cities," said Spirit's Chief Marketing Officer Barry Biffle. "We look forward to continuing to offer the ultra low fares and no hidden fees that our passengers have come to know and love."
"Thanks to Spirit Airlines people who travel by air to come to Atlantic City will no longer be forced to fly into Philadelphia or Newark, and the local passengers who enjoy the ease and convenience of the Atlantic City International Airport will now have direct service to Boston and the New England region without the hassle of traveling through the surrounding metro airports," said Bart R. Mueller, Executive Director for the South Jersey Transportation Authority.
Special Hotel Offers
Tropicana Casino and Resort is offering rooms starting at just $59, which includes two show tickets. For more information visit www.tropicana.net and enter ‘TSPIRIT' in the special offer box.
Atlantic City's newest boutique hotel, The Chelsea, is featuring rates from $79 per night exclusively for Spirit customers. For reservations, call 800-548-3030 and request the Chelsea Spirit package.
Harrah's Entertainment casinos and resorts in Atlantic City, which includes Harrah's Resort, Caesars, Bally's and Showboat, is offering rates as low as $69 per night through the winter. Visit www.acstay.com for details.
Visit www.SpiritVacations.com for more great air inclusive deals.
About Spirit Airlines
Spirit Airlines, Inc. (www.spiritair.com) is the largest Ultra Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) in the United States, Latin America and Caribbean. Its all-Airbus fleet, the youngest in the Americas, flies more than 200 daily flights to 43 destinations. The company is based in Miramar, Florida, and employs 2,300 professionals.
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