Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings, parent of Republic Airline, has emerged from Chapter 11 restructuring, effective April 30. Republic said it will be closely held by certain unsecured creditors as outlined in its court-approved plan of reorganization. The company entered Chapter 11 in February 2016, saying it was the only way it could renegotiate contracts with major US airlines for which it operates regional flights. The renegotiations were necessary in part because of a ...

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