Spirit Faces Lower Yields, Slower International Demand

Credit: Spirit Airlines
SAN FRANCISCO—Spirit Airlines says demand for its leisure fares remain high, as do load factors, but yields in the second quarter were lower than expected, due mainly to increased competition. CEO Robert Fornaro attributed the lower yields to lower fares driven by competition. “So again, our load...

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