Aloha Airlines, which declared bankruptcy last week, said it received US Bankruptcy Court approval to continue operating and that it is looking for a possible buyer. "We are grateful to the US Bankruptcy Court for enabling us to move ahead and continue all operations while Aloha seeks additional investors and new opportunities," President and CEO David Banmiller said. The airline blamed its financial woes primarily on what it called "predatory pricing" by go!, a Mesa Air Group subsidiary, ...

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