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Spirit Airlines Starts Non-Stop Daily Service from Chicago to Las Vegas
Chicago - Atlantic City Daily Non-Stop Service Starts March 3, 2011
$47 Fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase) Available at
Miramar, Florida (November 11, 2010) - Spirit Airlines today started new daily non-stop service between Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Las Vegas.
As part of the ultra low cost carrier's expansion at Chicago, Spirit has also announced upcoming new non-stop service between Chicago O'Hare and Atlantic City starting on March 3, 2011.
Spirit is celebrating this week's new Chicago - Las Vegas service by offering $47 fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase) today and tomorrow only at
"We're pleased that Spirit is expanding its service to McCarran International Airport.  Las Vegas has long been an attractive destination for travelers who value a bargain but still expect great customer service. We look forward to welcoming more of these discerning customers as they fly here on Spirit in months ahead," said Randall H. Walker, Clark County Director of Aviation, McCarran International Airport.
"We are pleased to partner with Spirit Airlines to offer value and convenience to visitors with this new non-stop service," said Cathy Tull, senior vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.  "Las Vegas is a popular destination for both leisure and business travelers and this new flight provides those in the Chicago area with another great way to get here."
Schedule for Spirit's Las Vegas - Chicago service effective November 11, 2010:

From Chicago to Las Vegas   

9:55 pm

11:55 pm

From Las Vegas to Chicago


6:20 am

$47 Fares* (each way based on round-trip purchase)

$9 Fare Club

 Applicable dates

Chicago - Las Vegas


07-Jan-11, 20-Jan-11, 24-Jan-11, 27-Jan-11, 30-Jan-11, 31-Jan-11

Las Vegas - Chicago


07-Jan-11, 12-Jan-11, 16-Jan-11, 23-Jan-11, 28-Jan-11, 30-Jan-11

Google to sponsor airline Wi-Fi for holidays

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) -- Google said Monday it will offer passengers on AirTran, Delta and Virgin America free Wi-Fi access this holiday season.
The wireless internet through Google's Chrome browser will be available Nov. 20 to Jan 2. All three airlines have fleet-wide Wi-Fi that generally costs between $6 and $13.
Last year, Google sponsored free Wi-Fi on Virgin America and throughout more than 50 airports.
In-flight Wi-Fi has been slow to catch on, partly because of the cost. Travelers who already get free Wi-Fi in spots like Starbucks aren't eager to pay for it on flights, especially since there's only a limited time people can use laptops or other electronic devices in the air. Experts say extending sponsorships like Google's are the key to getting people to use in-flight Wi-Fi.

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