Spirit Airlines Says Operational Snafus Cost $50M In Q3
Spirit Airlines said that its operational meltdown in recent weeks cost it $50 million in the 2021 third quarter (Q3) and warned that bookings for the rest of the quarter will come in weaker than expected.
As Aeromexico works to exit bankruptcy and Volaris and Viva Aerobus continue to capitalize on opportunities in the marketplace, Mexico’s domestic market is now comprised of one full-service operator and two ULCCs.
Behind the $600 million in letters of interest signed by electric-aircraft startup Airflow is a shift in its strategy for market entry away from a focus on express logistics toward replacing fleets of older aircraft now used for regional passenger and cargo flights.
Spirit Airlines said that its operational meltdown in recent weeks cost it $50 million in the 2021 third quarter, Eurowings will now offer services to 11 destinations from Prague, AeroMexico is expanding its LATAM codeshare and more. Take a look at the daily roundup of air transport news.
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