Spirit Airlines sees Q4 total revenue per ASM down 7%-8% Hurricane Sandy reduced fourth quarter revenue by approximately $25M and reduced total RASM year-over-year by approximately 6.5 percentage points. The revenue impact from Hurricane Sandy was less than previously estimated primarily due to a stronger-than-anticipated recovery in demand for the month of December. The company's fourth quarter 2012 cost per available seat mile, excluding special items and unrealized mark-to-market hedge gains, is estimated to be between 10c-10.05c. Spirit estimates its CASM ex-fuel for the quarter was between 5.9c-5.95c.
Spirit Airlines sees Q1 capacity up 26% For the first quarter 2015, Spirit Airlines estimates its adjusted CASM ex-fuel will be down about 4% year over year on a capacity increase of 26% and that its Q1 adjusted operating margin will be "about 20%." For FY15, Spirit sees its Aircraft rent to be $220M and for its effective tax rate for Q1 and FY15 to be 37%.