Spirit Airlines today plans to unveil a significant $100 million liquidity boost that will help fund its accelerated fleet transition plan that is on track to the give the airline an all-Airbus fleet by early 2007. The latest financing comprises $70 million from owner Oaktree Capital Management and $30 million from Goldman Sachs. The latest round of financing comes only 17 months after Oaktree invested $125 million in Spirit and took a majority stake in the largest privately held ...

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