Haralson said that the airline’s daily cash burn trended from about $9.5 million in April to about $1.5 million in June. Executives noted that their cash burn in June included a one-time principal payment of nearly $50 million related to an amendment of their PDP financing facility in conjunction with their Airbus deferral agreement. Christie said that without this, they would have achieved nearly zero average daily cash burn for the month of June. On top of its significant drop in revenue in the second quarter, Spirit suffered a net income loss of $144.4 million during the period.Korey Matthews (Skift)