MAXjet Airways, the all-business-class transatlantic carrier, said Friday that it requested "with immediate effect" the suspension of trading of its stock, citing a need to gain "clarification of its financial position." The airline said its flight schedule will not be affected and all holiday season flying will continue normally. MAXjet's stock is traded in the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market. Its per-share price was at 73.5 pence ($1.49) when trading was suspended. It ...

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