May 5 (Bloomberg) -- Porter Aviation Holdings Inc. is seeking an equity valuation of about C$400 million ($389 million) in its initial public offering, the Globe and Mail reported.
The Toronto-based airline plans to raise about C$120 million by selling 30 percent of the company, the newspaper said today, citing unidentified people who have seen the marketing documents for the IPO. The shares will priced at C$6 to C$7 each, it said.
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