Kitty Hawk Inc., which operates air cargo and ground handling services, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company, which operates 727-200 and 737-300 freighters, said it would continue to pay employee wages and benefits while it attempts to reorganize and secure interim financing. Kitty Hawk officials said the move was taken in "the best long-term interests" of employees, vendors and customers.

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