Flight 1069 out of Cleveland to Las Vegas scheduled to depart at 7:08 P.M. Monday February 13 didn't happen. My wife and I were going for only 3 nights for a quick get away. No luggage, only back packs and no seat assignments. This is Spirit bare fare. We also purchased our tickets at the airport a week before the flight to save the passenger usage fee of $71.60 that they charge online. Two round trip tickets came to $188 out the door. We have flown Spirit and Frontier numerous times without any problems. I'm also always prepared for the worse because it can happen. I started getting e-mails from Spirit showing the flight was delayed from 7:08 to 7:45 P.M. Then 9 and then 9:30. Got to the airport and got another delay to 10:30 P.M. At this point I started to think that this flight wasn't going to go. Got another delay until 11:30P.M. Then things took a turn for the better. The plane we were supposed to be on was coming from Tampa and was to arrive in Cleveland at 8:20 P.M. The board now showed our flight was going to leave at 9:30. Three flight attendants arrived. We are all happy campers. At 8 P.M. they announced word from corporate the flight is cancelled. From what I could see, they had a plane and flight attendants but no pilots. Went to the front desk and could have been rescheduled for the next day. Two nights and one day in Vegas wasn't cool. We got a refund and two $50 vouchers for each of us. What an emotional day. We were on a roller coaster ride for sure. We cancelled our room and car reservations. I've already used the vouchers for an April flight. Wife and I are retired so it wasn't a terrible blow. It's not like we've never been to Vegas before. I checked on flightaware.com for flight 1069 back to October 17. No cancellations until our flight Feb. 13. I guess we weren't meant to go this time.