Spirit Airlines said it took a $20 million hit in the second quarter owing to “adverse weather.” The Florida-based ultra low-cost carrier won’t release its June quarter earnings results until July 24, but it has warned in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that weather-related flight delays and cancelations will lower second-quarter revenue by $5 million and increase costs by $15 million. A series of storms at key airports “produced a ...

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