Virgin America’s initial public offering registration statement underscores the carrier’s significant reliance on three elements—its two base cities and a “differentiated” product—that are vulnerable to both market constraints and rapid innovation among competitors. While the July 28 S-1 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission breaks little news about Virgin America’s strategy, it reveals how deeply entrenched the carrier is at San ...


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