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US investors Cyrus said it pulled out due to a “lack of engagement” with the administrator which had “not returned calls, emails or meaningfully engaged”.

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Bain Capital has reacted to news the airline's bondholders have launched an 11th-hour bid by making a series of new promises to staff.

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The airline's bondholders have reportedly drafted in a team of aviation experts to formulate a bid that would involve swapping their debt for equity.

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FAAA secretary Teri O’Toole said, “Cyrus are not dipping their toes in aviation, they actually know what they’re doing and they’re taking this on with eyes open.”

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Treasurer Cameron Dick said the Queensland Investment Corporation had “very positive engagement” with both Cyrus Capital Partners and Bain Capital.

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