Northwest Airlines was given permission to reject leases on 15 CRJ200s operated by Pinnacle Airlines by a US bankruptcy judge, who ruled in favor of the bankrupt carrier yesterday in a dispute with lessor Wells Fargo. The judge also permitted NWA to sell assets worth no more than $7 million without approval, the Associated Press reported.

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