Aloha expected to resume cargo operations under new owners

05/2/2008 | NYTimes.com · Wall Street Journal, The

An agreement approved by a bankruptcy judge on Thursday will allow Aloha Airlines to resume cargo flights. A court-appointed trustee will oversee the operations until May 14, when the newly announced sale of the cargo operation to the Seattle-based firm Saltchuk Resources is expected to be completed. Saltchuk is the parent company of Hawaii's largest inter-island ocean shipper.

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