Spirit Airlines will resume all international flights from Orlando.

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Spirit Airlines on Thursday unveiled the largest schedule it has ever operated from Orlando, Florida, including new flights to destinations ranging from New Hampshire to the Dominican Republic, in addition to reestablishing the rest of its international operations.

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Spirit confirmed plans to resume flights to Cartagena, Colombia on September 10; Guatemala City, Guatemala on September 9; Montego Bay, Jamaica on September 9; Port-au-Prince, Haiti on November 18; and San Salvador, El Salvador on November 19, while increasing daily service to San Jose, Costa Rica beginning November 17. The full restoration of the airline’s international schedule follows the full reactivation of its domestic network from Orlando, which was completed in time for the summer travel season.

New international routes from Orlando include Cancun, Mexico; Punta Cana and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

New domestic options include Louisville, Kentucky; Manchester, Massachusetts; Miami, Florida; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and St. Louis, Missouri.

“The airline continues to invest in Orlando International Airport by offering daily flights to new domestic and international destinations. With more than 80 daily flights to more than 50 cities, Spirit Airlines offers our Central Florida guests even more nonstop options, including 16 popular vacation destinations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean,” said the airline’s vice president of network planning, John Kirby.

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