Posted November 21, 2018 06:38:23 Alaska Airlines, the largest carrier in Alaska, announced it is launching a new premium carrier on December 4, 2018 that will offer a $199 domestic flight to Chicago and $249 international flight to other major cities.
The new airline, Spirit Airlines, will fly direct from Chicago to San Francisco.
Its flight is scheduled to depart Chicago at 9:07 p.m. local time (12:07 a.m., UTC) and return to San Jose at 12:20 a.ms.
ET (10:20 am, UTC).
The airline will also serve San Francisco, Santa Clara, and other cities in California and Mexico.
Spirit Airlines has a history of connecting with its customers in unexpected ways.
Spirit’s newest offering will be the first time the airline will fly on nonstop domestic routes to Chicago.
Spirit Airlines’ new premium airline will not offer domestic flights to San Antonio, Los Angeles, Miami, and Atlanta.
But, it will offer international flights to destinations in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Middle East.
The new airline will launch on December 5.
Spirit is the third airline in the U.S. to launch a new airline.
Last year, Spirit launched an airline in Mexico that flies to Mexico City and then to San Diego.
The company also announced a new route in the Philippines.
Spirit is a low-cost airline that offers flights that are cheaper than flights on domestic carriers.
The airline currently offers flights between Los Angeles and San Francisco and between Chicago and San Diego, with two additional destinations on the horizon.
The Spirit airline has also added to its list of new destinations, including Atlanta, Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix, and Portland.
The airline is owned by United Airlines, which also owns Spirit Airlines.