Spirit Airlines will make Charlotte, North Carolina, its new destination.

The carrier will debut there on June 20 with non-stop service to four destinations: Baltimore / Washington; Newark, New Jersey; and the Florida cities of Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. (Scroll down for details of the full schedule)

"North Carolina's economy continues to thrive and we are excited to add the state's largest city, Charlotte, to our network of highways," said John Kirby, Vice President of Network Planning. of Spirit, in a statement.

The new destination continues its rapid expansion for Spirit, which has announced many new routes and destinations in recent years.

In North Carolina alone, Charlotte will become Spirit's fourth destination. It already serves Asheville and Greensboro and will add a third city – Raleigh / Durham – in May.

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With Charlotte, Kirby praised the carrier's rapid expansion, saying that Spirit was "pleased to introduce our new customers in the Charlotte area to our growing and growing list of domestic and international destinations."

Charlotte is the second hub of American Airlines, the largest airline in the world. The entry of Spirit at the airport will put him in direct competition with American, who, with Delta and United, has tried to oppose low-cost airlines such as Spirit with new fares. Basic Economy "to try to stay competitive for the lowest budget. conscious flyers.

The complete program of the new Spirit itineraries is presented below:

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Baltimore / Washington

Daily service starts on June 20th.

Direct competition: American, Southwest.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Daily service starts on June 20th.

Direct competition: American. In addition, Allegiant flies from Concord, North Carolina – about 25 km from downtown Charlotte – to Fort Lauderdale.

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Newark, New Jersey

Daily service starts on June 20th.

Direct competition: American, United.

Orlando Florida

Daily service starts on June 20th.

Direct competition: American, border. In addition, Allegiant serves Concord, North Carolina, approximately 25 km from downtown Charlotte, to Sanford's secondary airport in Orlando.

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