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The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded Spirit Airlines rights to operate flights at Newark-Liberty International Airport at the busiest times of day, capping more than two years of legal wrangling.

The dispute arose after Southwest Airlines pulled out of Newark in 2019, sparking a turf war among rival airlines at the congested New Jersey hub. Low-cost airlines including Spirit saw a rare chance to expand their footprint at the airport and add flights at peak times of day, which they previously hadn’t been able to do.

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