Friday, 27 July 2018

Spirit Airlines second-quarter results.


Spirit Airlines, reported second-quarter 2018 financial results this week, showing its GAAP net income for the second quarter 2018 was $11.3 million.


“Our team delivered excellent operational performance during the second quarter 2018, achieving a DOT on-time performance of 79.6 percent - the best second quarter performance in our Company’s history.  Despite paying materially higher fuel prices, our second quarter earnings results exceeded our expectations due to strong ancillary revenue production and better-than-expected cost performance,” said Robert Fornaro, Spirit’s Chief Executive Officer.  "Our commitment to grow ancillary revenue, deliver excellent operational reliability, and improving our overall guest experience while maintaining our low-cost structure positions us well to drive returns for our shareholders."



“In addition to running a great operation during the quarter and outperforming on our cost expectations, we are excited about our upcoming network additions.  During the quarter, we announced a major international expansion from Orlando to 11 destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean that we believe will nicely complement our existing international services,” said Ted Christie, Spirit’s President and Chief Financial Officer.  "Looking ahead to the third quarter, we expect the trend of year-over-year improvement in non-ticket revenue per passenger segment to continue.  We believe this, together with a continued strong demand environment, will allow us to deliver solid year-over-year TRASM improvement in the third quarter 2018.”

For the second quarter 2018, Spirit's total operating revenue was $851.8 million, an increase of 21.6 percent compared to the second quarter 2017, driven by an 18.9 percent increase in flight volume.

Total revenue per available seat mile ("TRASM") for the second quarter 2018 decreased 6.8 percent compared to the same period last year.  An increase in average stage length and the calendar shift of Easter contributed approximately 520 basis points to the Company's second quarter 2018 TRASM decline.

On a per passenger flight segment basis, total revenue for the second quarter 2018 was $112.76, flat compared to the second quarter last year.  Non-ticket revenue per passenger flight segment increased 3.0 percent to $54.572 and fare revenue per passenger flight segment decreased 2.8 percent to $58.19. 

New Routes
Seattle - Fort Lauderdale (04/12/2018)*
Seattle - Chicago (04/12/2018)*
Seattle - Dallas (04/12/2018)*
Seattle - Minneapolis (04/12/2018)*
Tampa - Las Vegas (04/12/2018)
Tampa - Los Angeles (04/12/2018)*
Orlando - Las Vegas (04/12/2018)
Minneapolis - Myrtle Beach (04/12/2018)*
Fort Lauderdale - Cap-Haïtien, Haiti (04/12/2018)
Fort Lauderdale - Kingston, Jamaica (04/12/2018)**
Atlantic City - New Orleans (04/13/2018)*
Detroit - San Diego (04/23/2018)*
Fort Lauderdale - St. Maarten, U.S. Virgin Islands (05/05/2018)***
Fort Lauderdale - St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands (05/24/2018)




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