Spirit Airlines, the no-frills carrier identified for vibrant yellow planes, brash fashion and low fares, has helped revolutionize the way in which we pay for journey. To offset its bare-bones fares the carrier costs for every part from carry-on luggage to bottles of water.
As of 2019, Spirit Airlines had 13 consecutive years of profitability. Since then, nevertheless, the airline has fallen on powerful occasions.
With the coronavirus pandemic inflicting passenger visitors to plummet, Spirit introduced third quarter whole working income of $402 million, a 60% drop from a 12 months earlier.
To hold passengers protected and onboard, Spirit requires face coverings for passengers and crew, makes use of foggers to disinfect the plane and has waived some change charges. But is it sufficient? And will Spirit Airlines be capable to bounce again from the financial fallout battering the airline business?