Virgin America will receive an additional $100 million in capital in the next few weeks, according to a key investor who spoke to The Wall Street Journal, bringing investment in the US startup to approximately $400 million. Cyrus Capital Partners COO Robert Nisi, a Virgin America board member, said his hedge fund feels "very good about the investment" and that the new financing will not change the shareholding among the carrier's owners. VX CEO David Cush told The Journal that average loads ...

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