Eos Airlines became the second all-business-class carrier to shut down and the fifth US-based airline to declare bankruptcy in the past month, announcing Saturday that "some issues arose" that prevented potential investors from following through and that bankruptcy was the only option. Eos operated its final two flights from London Stansted to New York JFK on Sunday. Last week it announced that it had secured a term sheet for $50 million in additional financing from an unidentified current ...

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