After $421 Million 2017 Profit, Spirit Looks To Settle Labor Issues

Spirit Airlines, aided by a one-time, non-cash $199.3 million tax credit courtesy of the late-2017 U.S. tax reform legislation, posted a $420.6 million net profit for 2017, a 58.8% increase over $264.9 million in 2016.Excluding the tax credit and other special charges, the Fort Lauderdale, Florida...

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