Aloha Airlines, which emerged from bankruptcy in February 2006, filed Chapter 11 again last week and cited actions by Mesa Air Group's go! as the main impetus behind the latest filing. "It's a travesty and a tragedy that the illegal actions of a competitor and other factors completely beyond our control have forced us to take this action," CEO David Banmiller said. "Through this filing, we hope to achieve a successful outcome that will protect the jobs of 3,500 dedicated employees who have ...

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