Disruptions caused by Hurricane Dorian created more financial headwinds during an already sagging 2019 third quarter for Spirit Airlines, removing an estimated $25 million in revenue and pushing unit costs up, the Florida-based ULCC calculates. In a Sept. 6 investor update, Spirit said total unit revenue, or TRASM, will be down 2.5%-3.5% year-over-year (YOY). Before Dorian, TRASM was on track to be down 1%-2%, which is below the ULCC’s previous guidance of down 1% to up 1%. The ...

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