MAIR Inc., parent of Mesaba Airlines, warned Friday that it may have to file for bankruptcy protection in light of actions taken by its bankrupt partner Northwest Airlines. Northwest has defaulted on $28 million owed to the Airlink carrier and is removing nine of 35 Avro RJ85s it subleases to Mesaba by the end of this month in order to return them to the lessor. It has said it intends to repossess the remaining 26 by year end. In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, MAIR ...

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