Northwest Airlines filed documents with the US Bankruptcy Court Tuesday related to the refinancing of $1.1 billion in existing bank obligations at more favorable terms, offering the carrier access to $250 million in incremental liquidity. NWA asked the court to allow it to convert the funds to permanent exit financing it said will secure part of the debt financing needed to emerge eventually from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. "This proposed financing will allow Northwest to make ...

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