DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Frontier Airlines has filed paperwork to once again trade its shares on the public market, the first initial public offering by a U.S. airline in more than three years.
The Denver-based airline's parent company, Frontier Group Holdings Inc., filed a registration statement Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO.
Frontier indicated an offering size of $100 million -- a token amount used to determine filing fees that will change later.
It says it will trade under the ticker symbol "FRNT."
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