Articles tagged “spirit”

Page 2

Why Spirit Air CEO Respects Delta’s Aggressive Basic Economy Strategy

Why Spirit Air CEO Respects Delta’s Aggressive Basic Economy Strategy

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Spirit's Baldanza has a lot of respect for Delta's management, and Baldanza and the Spirit model are widely respected within the airline industry. With legacy carriers getting much more aggressive about matching Spirit's fares, the ultra low-cost carrier is definitely feeling it but Baldanza insists that Spirit can take a punch.

5 years ago

Airline Fare Wars Ending Historic Stock Rally

Airline Fare Wars Ending Historic Stock Rally

Mary Schlangenstein and Michael Sasso, Bloomberg

Ah, the Golden Age of airline financials may have run its course despite low fuel prices. That was quick.

5 years ago

Spirit Airlines Facing the Heat From Those Fare-Matching Legacy Carriers

Spirit Airlines Facing the Heat From Those Fare-Matching Legacy Carriers

Dennis Schaal, Skift

Spirit is facing substantial competitive pressures over the short term as legacy carriers try to take away its price advantages. A lot of the outcome depends on who blinks first.

5 years ago

Spirit Beats Wall Street Expectations in Third Quarter

5 years ago

American Wants to Compete With Spirit on Fares and Wall Street Isn’t Happy

American Wants to Compete With Spirit on Fares and Wall Street Isn’t Happy

David Koenig , Associated Press

American would be turning a blind eye to half of its business if it didn't figure out a more effective way to compete with Spirit and other low-cost carriers.

5 years ago

United Airlines Isn’t Doing Well in Las Vegas As Airport Sees 4 Million Passengers in August

United Airlines Isn’t Doing Well in Las Vegas As Airport Sees 4 Million Passengers in August

Associated Press

McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas saw healthy passenger growth in August, with the largest increases from international flights.

5 years ago