Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based ultra-LCC Spirit Airlines said it will report better-than-expected revenue for the 2018 second quarter, and has adjusted its 2Q total RASM guidance to reflect a 6.8% year-over-year (YOY) drop—at the lower end of Spirit’s previous 2Q guidance issued in April. Spirit said total 2Q revenue “came in more than $10 million higher than the mid-point of our implied guidance,” which Spirit had said earlier would be down ...

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