Aloha Airlines emerged quietly from bankruptcy Feb. 17 but released a statement on its website yesterday saying it "is now a 60-year-old startup company with a low-cost structure" and is committed "to serve the inter-island and transpacific markets," according to President and CEO David Banmiller. The carrier filed for bankruptcy in December 2004. It is serving Hawaiian destinations as well as Oakland, Sacramento, Orange County, San Diego, Las Vegas and Reno with 737s.
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