1. Virgin Australia sale to Bain Capital passes creditor vote  The Guardian
  2. Union to support sale of Virgin Australia to Bain Capital today  Sky News Australia
  3. Bain Capital becomes the new owner of Virgin Australia after creditors agree to $3.5 billion deal  ABC News
  4. ASX sheds $48b in 2.6% opening dive; Wall Street battered overnight  The Sydney Morning Herald
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Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd's creditors voted on Friday in favour of the purchase of Australia's second-biggest airline by U.S. private equity ...Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd's creditors voted on Friday in favour of the purchase of Australia's second-biggest airline by U.S. private equity ...

Virgin Australia creditors approve airline's purchase by Bain Capital - CNA

Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd's creditors voted on Friday in favour of the purchase of Australia's second-biggest airline by U.S. private equity group Bain Capital, administrator Deloitte said, paving the way for a strategic overhaul.Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd's creditors voted on Friday in favour of the purchase of Australia's second-biggest airline by U.S. private equity group Bain Capital, administrator Deloitte said, paving the way for a strategic overhaul.

Virgin Australia creditors approve airline's purchase by Bain Capital - Reuters

Virgin Australia is finally out of the worst of the storm with creditor approval for the A$3.50 billion Bain Capital rescue package but the airline still faces turbulence. Today the airline’s more than 11,000 creditors voted for the US equity fund Bain Capital’s bid for the embattled airline which went into voluntary administration on April […]

Bain Capital wins Virgin with $3.5 billion - Airline Ratings

Virgin's new owners Bain could already have written off its first many millions.Virgin's new owners Bain could already have written off its first many millions.

Virgin Australia likely to lose deposit on Boeing 737 MAX order - Executive Traveller

All the lastest ASX news from Markets Live team. Reporting on the ASX200 today, Australia's top stocks, the Aussie dollar (AUD), and breaking business newsThe ASX 200 plunged 3.1% and shed $56 billion in value in Friday's broad-based sell-off. It was the market's worst session since May 1.

The sale process marks the return of Australia's second carrier, which had been facing the prospect of complete shutdown and liquidation if no willing bidder was found. The sale process marks the return of Australia's second carrier, which had been facing the prospect of complete shutdown and liquidation if no willing bidder was found. 

The battle for control of Virgin Australia is officially over after Bain’s proposal was rubber-stamped by creditors in a crucial vote on Friday.The battle for control of Virgin Australia is officially over after Bain’s proposal was rubber-stamped by creditors in a crucial vote on Friday.

It’s over: Virgin creditors rubber-stamp Bain’s $3.5bn deal

US private equity firm Bain Capital is the new owner of Virgin Australia, with the largest group of creditors voting in favour of the $3.5 billion sale on Friday.US private equity firm Bain Capital is the new owner of Virgin Australia, with the largest group of creditors voting in favour of the $3.5 billion sale on Friday.

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US private equity firm Bain Capital will take over Virgin Australia after creditors accepted its proposal to bail out the struggling airline. US private equity firm Bain Capital will take over Virgin Australia after creditors accepted its proposal to bail out the struggling airline.

Virgin Australia: US company confirmed as airline’s new owner

Administrators have formally sold Virgin Australia to US Private equity firm Bain Capital after a second me...

Bain Capital becomes new owner of Virgin Australia

Bain's takeover scraped through at a creditors' meeting on the number and debt ballots, meaning administrators were not required to use their casting vote.Bain's takeover scraped through at a creditors' meeting on the number and debt ballots, meaning administrators were not required to use their casting vote.

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