Indianapolis-based regional airline operator Republic Airways Holdings plans to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the 2017 first quarter, the company said in a plan of reorganization filed with a federal bankruptcy court in New York. The parent company of regional airlines Republic Airlines and Shuttle America filed for bankruptcy protection in February, saying it was the only way it could renegotiate contracts with major US airlines for which it operates regional flights. The ...

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