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First time on Spirit Air

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by Aplayer2, Nov 18, 2019.

  1. Foos

    Foos High-Roller

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    Most airports have kiosk's to print boarding passes for free including LAS and MSP.
    I always print my boarding pass at the Las vegas airport.
     
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  2. 98green

    98green Tourist

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    On bring your own booze -- I'm pretty sure (from reading on this board) that consuming your own booze on a flight is an FAA violation (and/or a violation of your airline's carriage rules)

    I'm not saying don't do it because of that, just be discrete if you choose to go that route
     
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  3. IWannaBeInVegas

    IWannaBeInVegas VIP Whale

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    I flew Spirit once, last year from Orlando to Columbus when we went to Disney. I had such low expectations of them I was impressed.
     
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  4. Gino

    Gino "The King of Inappropriate."

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    I flew Spirit from Tampa to AC for the first time in October.

    Got the big front seat, no issues with luggage, take off, arrival, nothing.

    It was a great flight, and I'll fly them from now on when I head to AC.

    Don't know much about booze prices, as my older brother bought all the drinks - as I bought his ticket.

    The big front seats don't recline is my only knock though.

    Would I fly them to Vegas? Probably not. I'm a spoiled first class snob when it comes to longer flights.

    Have fun...
     
    Reno to Las Vegas...and other places in between..
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  5. 1stoppop

    1stoppop Tourist

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    I have flown rt from CMH to LAS several times. Going to Vegas, I haven't booked the big front seat, but I always book it on the return flight since it's a redeye. All of my experiences with Spirit have been good. I have heard some horror stories from others, but I have always been pleased. The big front seat is definitely the way to go - 2 seats on each side per row, big and plush. It's the only way to sleep comfortably on the redeye.
     
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  6. dmr

    dmr Registered Abuser

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    It is if you get caught! :)