Hawaiian Airlines, which has been operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for two years, Friday received bankruptcy court approval for its plan of reorganization, which was developed jointly by its creditors committee and investor group Ranch Capital. The airline said after its two remaining open labor contracts with its pilots and flight attendant unions are ratified and a formal order is entered by the court, it should emerge from Chapter 11 in early April. Under the ...

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