Spirit Airlines posted second-quarter net income of $76.7 million, up 18.3% over a net profit of $64.8 million in the 2014 June quarter, and said it will make no changes to its business strategy despite “very aggressive” moves by mainline US airlines to match its low fares. “In 2015, we have seen a return to a pre-consolidation [US airline] pricing market,” Spirit CEO Ben Baldanza told analysts Friday, saying mainline US carriers are carrying low-fares passengers ...

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