Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ: SAVE) has taken receipt of the Airbus A320neo, the company said.
The aircraft is powered by the Pratt & Whitney Purepower geared turbofan (GTF). Considered a fuel-efficient aircraft engines, this technology will help improve fuel burn, lower emissions and reduce noise levels.
Spirit said it intends to add five Airbus A320neos to its network by the end of the year. The airline said its fit fleet is a young and fuel-efficient, and this move reinforces its commitment to protect the environment and lower its cost structure, resulting in lower fares and even more savings for customers.
Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ: SAVE) is a low-cost airline that operates approximately 400 daily flights to more than 56 destinations in the US, Latin America and the Caribbean.