Where is Spirit Airlines Corporate office Headquarters

Spirit Airlines Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 6542, 2800 Executive Way, Miramar, FL 33025, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 954-447-7828
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1983
  • Founder: Ned Homfeld
  • Key People: Robert L. Fornaro, CEO

Spirit Airlines Headquarters Location & Directions

Spirit Airlines Headquarters Executive Team



Robert L. Fornaro

CEO & Director

Edward M. Christie III

President, CFO & Director

John Bendoraitis

Executive VP & COO

About Spirit Airlines, History and Headquarters Information


Spirit Airlines was founded in the year 1964. The company has been active for almost 55 years now. The former name of the company was known as Clippert Trucking Company. In the year 1974, the name of the company was changed to Ground Air Transfer. The airline company was founded in the year 1983, as Charter One. The company started to provide various types of travel packages to locations such as Las Vegas, Atlantic City and also the Bahamas. In the year 1990, the company began supporting places like Boston and Providence and even Rhode Island as well. In the year 1992, the company had bought jet aircraft to its fleet and therefore named the company as Spirit Airlines.

During the summer of the year 1994, the company's airlines were all booked, and almost 1,400 tickets were also cancelled as well. In the year 1999, the company had relocated its headquarters from Florida to Miami. The following year, the company had received a fine of an amount of $67,000 from the US Federal Aviation Administration, for mainly violating seat and cabin markings along with placards as well. In the year 2001, the company started its service in Peurto Rico. During the year 2003, the company launched its flight services to Washington DC - which was halted due to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centres. In the year 2006, the company had ordered almost 30 Airbus A320-200 of which the deliveries were made in 2010. Starting in the year 2007, the company began to move towards making its services ultra-low cost. In the year 2010, the company was the first to charge customers for carry-on bags. Then in the year 2012, the company had established a maintenance base along with a crew at the McCarran International Airport, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the year 2013, the company had made a five-year agreement with the Transport Workers Union of America. In the year 2014, the company was named by Morgan Stanley as the best airline to pick for investors. The company had collaborated with the Disney Institute to create new standards as well as policies for the internal environment of the company. In the year 2017, the company's performance is behind only Delta Air Lines. The company was also one of the top ten safest airlines in the world, as of the year 2018. The company also added high-speed WIFI in their flights and even the first low-cost carrier to do so. The headquarters of the company is based in 2800 Executive Way. The name of the place is Miramar, while the name of the state is Florida, USA. The pin code of the area is 33025.


Spirit Airlines is an American company that focuses on providing its customers with the service of an ultra low-cost, low fare airline. The current fleet size of the company is 135. The company also serves around 75 different locations around the world as well. As of the year 2018, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $3.2 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2018, is more than 7,700. The current CEO of the company is Ted Christie. The company is the 7th largest commercial airline in the USA.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to obtain various kinds of airline or flight services offered by the company itself. The company provides scheduled airline services around the Carribean, Mexico, South America and also Latin America too.

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  • Heidi Oelgart says:

    Sorry that I have to add to the NEGATVIVE experience….Credit was given for a cancelled flight due to covid…now we booked a new flight – non-stop Tampa Newark – a few weeks later we get “change notice” flight is directed to New Orleans – layover and then to Newark…what is taking normally 2hrs 50 min now becomes a trip for 6 to 7 hours. not only was the flight changed ONCE – no again and again…always diff airports – my complaint with a phone call – 45 minutes wait on hold…then talk to a rep in Africa – difficult to understand, wanted an American Rep – oh well – Spirit you have ‘outsourced’ customer service far far away. Are there no Americans in this country qualified to do the job? Now your pricing is increased almost 100% -we are long term customers – but what you have done to us – with the every other day changing the trip – planned in May ….it us extremely frustrating….My husband will NEVER use your services again. I like the flight to AC – non-stop – and will still use my mileage, but something needs to improve – you can not make changes to a booking that was done as non stop – and change it – to make this a trip from hell.
    What is your response?

  • Tika says:

    They some bull shit.. they horrible asf. No good customer service, they hate job and ppl too🤦🏽‍♀️

  • Victoria Armstrong says:

    Spirit Airlines directs you to phone numbers that are not answered or to their website which useless. There is no customer satisfaction.
    My trip was cancelled in April 2020 due to the COVID situation. I was given a year credit but had to book my trip in 60days. The COVID situation is still present. So I completed a form for a refund. I was then told it was take 30-60 days to get approval. It is past 30 days and now I am told to complete another refund form because the guest relation team has no records of my request. This is unacceptable.

  • Lanequit Martin says:

    I took a flight (903) yesterday 2/11/2020 home from Chicago O’Hare airport to DFW (which was delayed for 2.5 hours with no explanation) just to get home to find my BRAND NEW COAT WITH TAGS MISSING. Someone on your staff stole my coat. I just filed a claim and was told I have a 4 hour window to file a claim. That’s BS!! I didn’t pay $50 to check my luggage for someone to go in it and take what they like. I guess this is why we are told not to lock the luggage just in case you have to search it? To make it easy for your staff to take items that are not theirs? I will NEVER take this ghetto ass poor excuse of a airline again.

  • noname says:

    1-15-2020 paid for 2 round trip tickets pit-las checked in, had boarding passes and seat assingments! the flight was delayed! had to find another way! never cancelled nothing! went to come home,they cancelled my trip home! paid them for two round tickets! got stranded in las,cost me a fortune to get us home! will seek legal action, and trying to get local news to carry this story on local tv! I traveled for over 20 years on every airline, as I am a proffessional pilot! This was a disgrace!

  • Jacquelyn Paris says:

    Got a voucher to use within 60 days tried to use it but was told it expired 2 days prior. When I called customer service about my delays I was given a 50.00 voucher and told it expired in 60 days. Well not 60 days from the day I called but 60 days from my original flight. Called customer service and got no where. This airline is a joke. Never Never will I books flight again with Spirit and I will continue to let everyone via Twitter,Facebook a d any other way I can that Spirit Airlines is a rotten airline!

  • Matt says:

    If my company had the same customer service, myself and 10 others would be out of a job. You guys need help.

  • Ebony Sanders says:

    I am truly disappointed in this airline’s practice of business. This is the 2nd time that I have booked with this airline and both times my experience was beyond horrible. This current bait and switch with low prices is downright shameful and an exploitation of many low income families, who still seek to travel and attempt to enjoy life. I have never paid more money to check luggage than my actual cost of the flight. Due to their restrictive weight policies (40lbs per Bag)and insanely high fees($42 if booked online), I will no longer be able to enjoy my vacation as I planned due to these outrageous cost. I have to leave many articles home because I refuse to pay over $180 in checked bag fees for 2 bags. I will never use Spirit again if this is the practice that they are going to keep.

  • Clifford Hymowitz says:

    I was on a flight last Wednesday from Tampa to Houston my confirmation # was PFCIHD. I am a person that self identified as a person with a Traumatic Brain Injury. Navigation the reservation process was very difficult. Particularly the baggage component.I ended up selecting to carry my bag on the plane, even though I never do that and it was more expensive.

    When I got to the airport I realized that I had a long period of time to carry two bags along with me. I decided to check the bag which which originally was a cheaper alternative. I went to the service desk with both of my bags, the bag I was going to check as well as my carry on bag. The service agent saw both bags and advised me that I was going to be charged extra for changing the originally less expensive option. That totally confused me, I proceeded to the gate with my carry on bag.

    I went to the gate agent with my carry on bag and self identified and mentioned that I required pre-boarding. I was told it was not a problem and sit in a seat closest to where boarding would be. There I was sitting with my carry on bag. The flight was delayed an hour. Finally gets time to pre-board so I got on line. Now it is time to board and a woman approached me with a very hostile attitude and asked me to put my bag in a spot that would fit a briefcase. It obviously it didn’t fit although I was fully aware it would fit under the seat in front of me.

    She in a theatening attitude told me I would not be bale to board unless I paid 65 dollars for my carry on bag. Her name was Patricia, her sole job was to pick out people to get them to pay extra for their carry on bag. Only because she threatened me I asked to speak to a supervisor. The supervisor cam and said that Patricia had the obituary responsibility to select bags that would chosen to pay for. Trying to accommodate me he said ok we will charge you $55 rather then the $65.

    The whole situation made me very uncomfortable and felt as though I was singled out. So did the other passengers waiting pre-board. I understand you are providing a service at an economical rate. However to obituary pick out passengers that had to pay is not the the most effective way to get repeat customers.

    I proceeded to find the baggage claim area. Where I waited for over an hour and half for the baggage to arrive. Now I knew why it was my idea to bring the bag on the plane with me. My daughter was left waiting in traffic coming to pick me up.

    I feel as though I deserve an explanation why all the employees I interacted with made no notice about my bag until Patricia approached me during pre-boarding

  • Nikkola Hawkins says:

    I tried to buy a ticket 7 times, the website kept saying my payment didn’t go through and gave me an error message. So I choose a new date got my confirmation code and thought I was good to go until days later when 2 separate charges showed up at my bank. I have spent 2 days on the phone and now my day off for over 2 hours trying to get one of the charges removed. They are refusing to refund the charges cause apparently it was on 2 different days. Duh because the first day when not go through no matter what I tried. They also tell me that they can not give me any information to reach the corporate office seeing how they keep telling me they are not allowed to assist on their end. So their website is faulty and I get charged for 2 tickets. So what do I do???

  • Naomi says:

    My husband and I have been with spirit for over 5 years booking flights. We recently booked 11 people and paid for them now one of our passengers can’t go. Now we needed our refund but the rep told us that the passenger will get the credit. Wth? The passenger didn’t pay for his flight my husband did. This is some bullshit and we are pissed. Changing airlines !

  • Samuel R. Dailey says:

    I have been trying to reset my password for two days. I activated my new spirit credit card and have not been able to get any help with this sign in password. do I need to cancel my new spirit card or what will it take to get some costumer service

    • Naomi says:

      These fuckin morons lose me off. Customer service sucks! I’m tired Of spirit they have the wrong spirit. Hope you got your issue straightened out.

    • Nikkola Hawkins says:

      I would cancel it this company knows nothing about integrity or customer service!!! I always you frontier but thought I would try spirit this time, NEVER again. FYI Frontier gives you 45,000 miles with their card enough for 2 round trip tickets.

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