Swiss International Air Lines' large shareholders sold almost 84% of the carrier's capital to AirTrust, the holding company through which Lufthansa is taking over Swiss. According to the carrier, the newly formed company now holds 83.96% of Swiss share capital, almost all of the 86.13% previously held by majority shareholders. As part of the deal, AirTrust is offering major shareholders $342.3 million. It is offering another $58.1 million to individual investors whose shares are in free ...

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