Aloha Airlines' cargo operation, which employs 300 and transports 85% of goods moving by air among the Hawaiian Islands aboard six 737-200Fs, reached agreement to be purchased by Seattle-based Saltchuk Resources for an undisclosed sum. The entity will be renamed Aloha Air Cargo and run by COO Michael Coffman, formerly senior VP-airline operations for Aloha. The airline declared bankruptcy and shut down its passenger services after 61 years at the end of March (ATWOnline, April 1), but ...

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