Aloha Airlines is disputing Mesa Air Group Chairman and CEO Jonathan Ornstein's claim that the 10%-11% increase in go! traffic has come at Aloha's expense. "We didn't lose 10 points," Senior VP-Sales and Marketing Thom Nulty told ATWOnline. "He was certainly misinformed." Ornstein made the statement last week at an analyst conference in Mexico (ATWOnline, April 17). Aloha and Hawaiian Airlines each are engaged in ongoing legal battles with Mesa. According to statistics from the US Dept. of ...

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