Spirit Airlines reported a $3.8 million loss in 2007, a significant improvement from its $79 million deficit in 2006, according to US Dept. of Transportation figures cited this week by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. A $14.2 million loss in the fourth quarter pushed Spirit into the red, the paper said. Full-year revenue climbed 41% to $761.6 million. Despite increased fuel costs, the low-fare carrier continues with its expansion plans, adding 20 new flights this summer. It operates A319s and ...

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