More Go to Colombia! Spirit Airlines Adds Nonstops to Barranquilla and Bucaramanga

Published on : Tuesday, January 7, 2020

America’s fastest-growing airline is leap-frogging its competitors by offering Guests more choices than ever before between the U.S. and Colombia. Spirit Airlines announced it will add two new destinations to its network in 2020, with service to Bucaramanga (BGA) and Barranquilla (BAQ) starting in April*.

Spirit flew its first flight to Colombia in May 2008, connecting Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Cartagena (CTG). The airline’s expansion continued over the next decade with flights to Bogota (BOG), Medellin (MDE), Armenia (AXM) and Cali (CLO). Separately, the airline established nonstop flights between Orlando (MCO) and Cartagena, Bogota and Medellin. The addition of Bucaramanga and Barranquilla to Fort Lauderdale’s lineup means Spirit serves more cities in Colombia nonstop from the U.S. than any other airline, with a total of 10 routes from two U.S. gateways to seven Colombian cities.


The new destinations broaden Spirit’s reach into Colombia’s business and leisure markets. Barranquilla is the economic epicenter of the north coast. Bucaramanga is the hub for the entire Santander state and eastern Colombia region, which is a diverse origin and tourism market. Spirit’s service will be the first ever to connect this region to the U.S. nonstop.


“We are very proud of our service growth in Colombia, connecting many Colombian cities to multiple U.S. Gateways over the last 10-plus years. Colombia is considered home to many in Florida and it is also a destination that has gained so much interest in the past years from the leisure traveler. We are very excited to add Bucaramanga and Barranquilla to our Spirit Family and continue with our mission to offer the best value in the sky to those looking to visit family and friends and those looking for their next adventure,” said Ted Christie, President and CEO at Spirit Airlines.


Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to/from: Starts: Frequency:
Bucaramanga (BGA) April 22, 2020 Mon, Wed, Fri
Barranquilla (BAQ) April 23, 2020 Tue, Thu, Sun
Cartagena (CTG) Existing Service Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat
Bogota (BOG) Existing Service Daily
Medellin (MDE) Existing Service Daily
Armenia (AXM) Existing Service Mon, Wed, Fri
Cali (CLO) Existing Service Daily
Orlando (MCO) to/from:
Cartagena (CTG) Existing Service Tue, Sat
Bogota (BOG) Existing Service Daily
Medellin (MDE) Existing Service Mon, Fri


“These two new routes confirm that Spirit Airlines sees Colombia as a major destination,” said Flavia Santoro, President of ProColombia, an economic agency of the Colombian government. “Air connectivity is one of the government’s priorities and with this announcement we see progress toward our goal of enabling tourists and foreign investors to enjoy the numerous advantages Colombia has to offer, including its strategic geographical location and business opportunities.”


Spirit is turning heads by making it possible for Guests to venture further than ever while delivering the best value in the sky. Last month, it won Low Cost Airline of the Year at the CAPA (Centre for Aviation) World Aviation Summit, adding to a long list of recent accolades and also unveiled a complete cabin redesign featuring ergonomically-designed seats, an improved aesthetic and a modern look and feel.

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