Seattle-based cargo company offered to buy the cargo operations of Aloha Airlines, which declared bankruptcy March 20 (ATWOnline, March 25). The Associated Press reported that Saltchuk Resources placed a bid for Aloha's cargo assets, equipment and service lines. Saltchuk has 6,000 employees and has been active in Hawaii since 2000. It also owns Northern Air Cargo, the largest cargo carrier in Alaska. The transaction is subject to approval by the US Bankruptcy Court, and an Aloha spokesperson ...

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