Spirit Airlines Must Get Creative To Increase Non-Ticket Revenues

Credit: Spirit Airlines
Since 2006, Spirit Airlines has increased its per-passenger non-ticket revenue by more than 800%, but ancillary revenue growth has slowed in the past two years, raising the question: Has Spirit reached its limit? In 2014, the average Spirit passenger paid $55.03 in fees, up by $1.19 from 2013, or...

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