Frontier Airlines planes stand at gates on the A Concourse at Denver International Airport in Denver.
David Zalubowski | AP
Frontier Airlines filed for an IPO on Monday, a second try to go public that comes because the business is attempting to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The airline is at present owned by non-public fairness agency Indigo Partners, whose managing companion is airline business veteran and low-cost pioneer Bill Franke.
The provider had a $225 million loss in 2020 on income of $1.25 billion in contrast with internet revenue of $251 million on gross sales of $2.5 billion a yr earlier, in accordance with a regulatory submitting on Monday.
The firm dropped plans to IPO final summer season after submitting in 2017.
The Denver-based airline plans to listing on Nasdaq underneath the ticker FRNT.
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