Wednesday, 5 July 2017

COSTA RICA: With Kindness And Courtesy You Deserve,Spirit Airlines Opens Sales And Customer Service Office

Spirit Airlines opened on Saturday, July 1, a new sales and customer service office in Costa Rica to better serve local customers, said the airline.

The office will be open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. Phone queries can be made via (506) 4032-9449, where Spirit representatives will assist customers, with the kindness and courtesy you deserve.

With over 60 destinations, Spirit air aims to provide those traveling from Costa Rica with excellent customer service to aid in a good travel experience.

Remember that you can also visit the Spirit website,, to make reservations, obtain flight status information, or find answers to your questions about Spirit’s business model and travel policies.

One of the most successful discount airlines in the United States recently announced an increase in the frequency of its flights between Houston and Costa Rica starting on May 28, 2015. Earlier this year, Spirit Airlines made news when it repainted many of its aircraft in a bold and bright yellow pattern that makes their passenger jets look like big New York City taxis in the sky.

This time, the news of new international air routes are placing the airline as a major solution for frugal travelers who fly between the United States and Latin American destinations.

As reported on a recent press release by Spirit Airlines, government approval is being sought for a total of four weekly flights between the Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and the Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO), province of Alajuela.

The airline is also seeking to increase flights to other Central American destinations as well as Cancun, Los Cabos and Toluca in Mexico:

Get ready to fly to some great locations and save a lot of money doing so. Today, Spirit Airlines announced it will be expanding its non-stop service to ten new destinations beginning in the Spring of 2015.

The new locations include domestic cities including Tampa, Baltimore/Washington, DC and Oakland/San Francisco Bay, and seven destinations in Latin America including Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

However, International routes are subject to foreign governmental approval.

We’re excited to offer our customers in Houston the opportunity to fly to and from these great destinations without having to spend a ton of money getting there, said Ben Baldanza, Spirit Airlines’ President & CEO.

Whether you’re visiting family or the great attractions these cities have to offer, Spirit’s Ultra-Low Bare Fares™ along with Frill Control™ allow many more travelers to fly to these great cities who previously could not afford it.

According to Department of Transportation data1, on average Spirit Airlines’ airfare is more than 40% less than other airlines.

Even after adding some of the optional services Spirit offers, the total price is still 35% less.

With fares this low, Spirit’s customers spend less money on their flights and that gives them more money to spend at their destination of choice.

These new destinations are in addition to the 12 non-stop cities Spirit currently offers from Houston, which includes Atlanta, Chicago (O’Hare), Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New Orleans, Orlando, and San Diego, along with connecting service to an additional 17 cities.

Customers can check out the crazy low fares and vacation packages available to all the destinations where Spirit flies at and also sign up to receive alerts on Spirit’s email deals and offers.

Spirit Airlines clearly recognizes the opportunities associated with an economy as dynamic as Houston’s, says Houston Aviation Director Mario C. Diaz.

The Spirit team arrived at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in 2012 offering two nonstop destinations but with this new announcement that destination total will soon stand at twenty-two.

They’ve already proven their commitment to an aggressive growth strategy on the domestic front and now we’re anxious to see them apply that same philosophy to Houston’s international route map.”

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