Spirit Airlines has announced that it is expanding its service from Orlando International Airport again this year. The airline doubled the amount of flights it offered from this airport last year and has now added 14 new destinations this year. Of these new destinations, 11 are international destinations or U.S. territories, and three are domestic locations.

The addition of these new flights will now bring the total number of daily nonstop flights from Orlando International Airport up to 49 across the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean for Spirit Airlines. The airline has been working very hard to enhance its presence in Orlando due to the large volume of passengers passing through this airport on a daily basis.

The new domestic flights that Spirit is offering will begin at different intervals this fall and are as follows:

• Asheville, North Carolina – begins 3 times weekly service on September 7th, increases to 4 times weekly service on November 8th
• Greensboro, North Carolina - begins 3 times weekly service on September 7th, increases to 4 times weekly service on November 8th
• Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – begins twice weekly service on November 10th

International flights:

• Aguadilla, Puerto Rico – daily service starts on October 4th
• Guatemala City, Guatemala – 4 times weekly service beginning on October 4th
• Panama City, Panama – 4 times weekly service beginning on October 4th
• Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – 4 times weekly service starting October 4th, daily service beginning November 8th
• San Pedro Sula, Honduras – 2 times weekly service beginning October 5th
• San Jose, Costa Rica – 4 times weekly service starting October 5th, daily service beginning November 8th
• San Salvador, El Salvador – 2 times weekly service starting October 6th
• Bogota, Colombia – daily service starting November 8th
• St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands – 3 times weekly service starting November 8th
• Medellin, Colombia –2 times weekly service starting November 9th
• Cartagena, Colombia - 2 times weekly service starting November 10th

Adam Luehrs is a contributing writer at GET.com based in California. He likes traveling to new and exciting destinations, preferably on his credit card company's dime. When not on the road, Adam enjoys hiking around the mountains of San Diego, trying out new food and reading history books. Email: adam.luehrs@get.com.