The Street noted, according to one source, although the deal wasn’t finalized, Alaska and Virgin are close enough that a transaction could be announced before markets open on Monday, April 4, 2016.
The Street said a combination of Alaska and Virgin America would push past JetBlue as the nation’s fifth largest carrier, and allow the two largely niche operations to become more competitive on a national scale.
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