Frontier Airlines lacks the votes for Spirit merger 

FRONTIER AIRLINES admits it's still far short of the shareholder votes it needs to merge with Spirit Airlines, and it's asking for another potential delay in the vote. Frontier CEO Barry Biffle said in a letter made public Monday that if the merger still lacks enough support from Spirit shareholders by a scheduled vote this Friday, that the voting be delayed until July 27. / CHRIS O'MEARA / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
Frontier Airlines, facing likely defeat in its bid to merge with Spirit Airlines, is asking for another delay in a shareholder vote on the deal.  Frontier CEO Barry Biffle said in a letter made public Monday that his airline is "very far" from winning approval by Spirit shareholders, who are weighing a richer buyout offer…

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