FLYi, parent of Independence Air, said it completed its financial restructuring, which it said will provide the company with "greater financial flexibility to execute its low-fare business plan." FLYi has struggled financially since deciding to end its codesharing relationships with United Airlines and Delta Air Lines last year in favor of launching its own low-fare operation. "Today's announcement represents an important step forward in building a much stronger future for Independence ...

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