Virgin America: New US investors wanted - existing US investors reportedly recall investment

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Virgin America's US-based investors, Cyrus Capital Partners LP and Black Canyon Capital, have reportedly exercised an option to sell their stakes in the carrier, potentially raising concerns regarding the airline's compliance with US citizenship regulations. Virgin Group has reportedly acquiring the holdings, with no new investors committed to acquiring the stakes in the fledgling US carrier.

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