Continental Airlines looks to be back in the market perhaps twice before yearend, as the firm looks to securitize upwards of $900 million of enhanced equipment trust certificates.

Jacques Lapointe, managing director of corporate finance at the Houston-based airline, said the company will most likely securitize close to $900 million "to cover 1999's deliveries," probably in the next couple of months.

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