Low cost carrier Spirit Airlines has
given up the ghost in Denver and will cease operations there after
"There are other markets out there with greater potential," said
Spirit spokeswoman Lynne Koreman in an interview with the Denver
Spirit has been flying twice daily from Denver to Detroit and
Fort Lauderdale (FL) since launching service from the Mile High
City more than two years ago. But Spirit faced tough competition
from the likes of Ted, Frontier, United and Northwest.
But Koreman wouldn't admit defeat. "It really is more about the
potential of other markets. It's not about Denver or any one
competitor," she told the Post. Further, she said, Spirit might
return to Denver if things change.