Other airlines are ramping up their interisland service to fill at least part of the void left by Aloha Airlines, which was allowed to end its passenger service as planned March 31 after a bankruptcy judge declined to intervene. The state of Hawaii, unions and the creditors committee all had filed comments asking the judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Hawaii to require Aloha to keep flying, at least temporarily, as they sought to find ways to help keep the airline ...
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