Silver Airways is hiring advisors at Raymond James to “evaluate a range of strategic alternatives,” including a merger or “ownership transition,” strategic partnerships, or new investments from outside groups. The small, privately owned Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based carrier made the announcement on Dec. 19, suggesting it may need outside help so it can aggressively pursue new routes in Cuba and elsewhere. Silver said it plans to fly scheduled service to Cuba as soon ...

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