Judge blocks Mesa plan to use Aloha name

12/5/2008 | Honolulu Star-Bulletin · Travel Weekly

A Honolulu judge has temporarily blocked an effort by Mesa Air Group to re-brand its inter-island carrier as Aloha Airlines. Because many former workers at bankrupt Aloha blame Mesa for their employer's demise, U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Lloyd King said the sale of the Aloha name would be insensitive. King said he would continue the matter until until Feb. 19 in order to hear further comments from both sides.

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