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Dozens of passengers slept at the airport, some waiting nearly 12 hours, until their aircraft were cleared for takeoff. "According to the Broward County Sheriff's office there were several dozen people in Terminal 4 overnight," said airport spokesman
Hundreds of passengers spent the night in a South Florida airport terminal after Spirit Airlines planes were grounded for inspections, officials said Thursday. More than six scheduled Spirit flights from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International
In a statement, the airline did not outline the reasons for the delays but indicated that it was working on getting the stranded passengers to their destinations. Spirit Airlines passengers can check the status of their flights by clicking here .
One table had a foam football from Ireland and small Panda dolls from China they had given as forget-me-nots to Southwest Airlines, which has never flown over an ocean going east or west. But so it went, delegation after delegation tried to persuade
US regulators are investigating an Airbus engine failure aboard a Spirit Airlines flight that was forced to make an emergency landing in Texas Tuesday. The National Transportation Safety Board , in a statement Thursday, said it was investigating the
Parts didn't breach casing of engine that failed during Spirit Airlines flight The outer casing of an engine that failed aboard a Spirit Airlines plane earlier this week wasn't breached by parts from inside the engine, contrary to initial reports
Getty Images Three shops are competing to handle creative and media responsibilities on Spirit Airlines as the carrier's review heads into its final stage. Sources identified the contenders as The Richards Group in Dallas, Barkley in Kansas City and
TexasA Spirit Airlines jet with smoke in the cabin has safely returned to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport shortly after takeoff on a flight to Atlanta. Spirit spokeswoman Misty Pinson said Wednesday that nobody on Flight 165 was injured.
However, based on recent performance, it looks like those carriers may not be the best positioned for success in the year to come. The legacy carriers rely heavily on corporate travelers who are willing to pay big bucks for last-minute travel
Friday after posting strong September traffic and receiving an upgrade from Citigroup, from neutral to buy. So what: Along with the upgrade, analyst Stephen Trent boosted his price target to $42 (from $38), representing about 7% worth of upside to