Not an airline, huh. Can't say that's great. Can't read the article without a subscription. Anybody with a wsj sub?
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 2):|
Indigo Partners LLC, (Spirit Airlines fame) and Anchorage Capital Group which focuses on distressed-debt trading are leading candidates.
|Quoting enilria (Reply 3):|
Not sure why Indigo would prop up a competitor to NK. Who knows about Anchorage, but they'd be looking at it as a short term play.
|Quoting jjsilver (Reply 7):|
F9 has supposedly been on the market for a long time and I bet there was nothing but smiles when AA/US was announced.
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 8):|
Also behind the wings of Indigo investments often is TPG founding partner David Bonderman who has teemed up on his own in other airline deals. Now why is this interesting - Frontier CEO David Siegel has worked for Bonderman and TPG on more then one occasion.