Frontier Asks Spirit Airlines to Further Delay Shareholder Vote on Deal


Frontier Group Holdings Inc. stated it nonetheless wants extra time to garner assist for its bid to merge with Spirit Airways and requested for Spirit’s shareholder vote on the deal to be pushed again as soon as once more.

Frontier Chief Government Barry Biffle stated in a letter dated Sunday to Spirit CEO Ted Christie that the newest knowledge signifies that Frontier and Spirit are “very far” from acquiring shareholder approval for his or her merger. Frontier believes it is going to want extra time to win shareholder approval of the deal, Mr. Biffle stated, as rival JetBlue Airways Corp. mounts a rival supply for Spirit.


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