Spirit Airlines News
Airlines Looking to Make Window or Aisle Seats a Costly Luxury
If you're planning a summer flight and have your sights set on a window seat or aisle seat, you should prepare to cough up some extra dough. More and more of the major airlines are now considering those economy seats a luxury and are looking at new ways to charge passengers for them. Scott
Women Caught in Mid-Air Brawl Suing Spirit Airlines
The three women claim Spirit Airlines over-served the other passengers which led to a dispute.
Airline Passenger Didn't Get Leg Room He Paid for
The ABC News Fixer Stephanie Zimmermann works with one "Good Morning America" viewer to get answers to his in-fight inconvenience.
The Battle for a Leg Room Refund
Raymond Pental of New Jersey wanted a little extra room to stretch his legs on a recent flight, so he paid a premium to get in the exit row. But when the airline switched the flight to a smaller aircraft, Ray’s paid-for legroom disappeared -- and no one would refund his money. Read Ray’s original
Index: Manhunt for Violent Prisoners in New Mexico
To the index of other news tonight in the manhunt for a pair of violent prisoners in New Mexico. Neighbors told a lock their doors the two men one wanted for first degree murder. Escaping a van while being moved last seen in jumpsuits and shackles that search ongoing at this tower. Now to the
On-Flight Brawl Between 5 Passengers Caught on Camera
A fight broke out over loud music from a “boom box” on a Spirit Airlines flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday morning, authorities and an airline official said. Two women "who appeared to be intoxicated" began playing loud music before Flight 141 landed at LAX,