Spirit Airlines beats estimates on strong travel demand

Feb 6 (Reuters) – Ultra low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines Inc posted better-than-expected quarterly results on Monday, fueled by strong demand for air travel despite ongoing economic concerns.

Shares of Spirit rose over 7% to $21 in aftermarket trade.


airlines have been trying to cash in on strong demand for air travel, undeterred by rising interest rates and a looming recession, as pandemic restrictions ease.

“Leisure demand has remained strong,” said Spirit’s chief executive Ted Christie.

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Spirit earned $0.12 per share on an adjusted basis, above analyst estimates of $0.04 per share, according to Refinitiv data.

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