Ultra-Low-Cost Carrier Spirit Airlines offering non-stop flights services for several international and Caribbean routes in December.
Spirit Airlines planning to add flights from Orlando to Aguadilla in Puerto Rico on January 6, once each day when the airport there reopens, adding to its existing service to the island.
From Dec. 4, Spirit Airlines will fly several times each week from Pedro Sula in Honduras and Orlando International Airport to Bogota in Colombia, before adding Guatemala City in Guatemala, Cancun in Mexico, San Salvador in El Salvador, and Cartagena in Colombia shortly after, the airline shared with Travel + Leisure on Monday.
The airline requires all passengers and crew to wear face masks throughout the flight and uses hospital-grade disinfectants to clean high-touch points like tray tables between flights as well as utilities EPA-registered fogging treatments, the airlines said.
Spirit Airlines is not the only airline to recently resume international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this month, Singapore Airlines relaunched the longest flight in the world with non-stop flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and its home city with a flight time of 18 hours and 40 minutes.
United Airlines implemented a COVID-19 testing program for its flights from Newark Liberty International Airport to London Heathrow on Monday, as well as recently added routes to warm-weather destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America.