Was this really a “win”? After all, as an advisor to Frontier told us, “Either way, we win. We’re not going to chase JetBlue.” JetBlue beats off Frontier and wins Spirit. What are the implications? Airlines merge because of one key...
The final call is on the regulators, but the fight for Spirit Airlines seems over. After Frontier Airlines’ decision on Wednesday to terminate the merger agreement with Spirit, the ultra-low-cost airline announced on Thursday that the boards of directors of Spirit...
With two days to go until stockholders decide, the Board of Directors of Spirit Airlines has – once again – reaffirmed its commitment to the merger agreement with Frontier Airlines. It rates this offer superior to that of JetBlue, even as the New York-based airline...
Frontier Group Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Frontier Airlines, reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2022 on April 28 and issued guidance for the second quarter and full-year 2022. Frontier reported a 1Q22 loss but guides to record 2Q22...
Oh, Joy! Interesting news to drive war, pandemic, oil shocks, and other externalities from the front page of commercial aviation news. The JetBlue decision to make an offer for Spirit caught most of us by surprise. A first reaction to the news is followed by a...
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