Hawaiian carrier Island Air is ceasing flights as of Nov. 11, after failing to secure investment to continue operating. The airline, which entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Oct. 16, said it faced “multi-directional legal attacks [from lessors] which Island Air could no longer combat without additional financing.” Lessors were seeking “termination of all leases and immediate repossession of all aircraft,” according to Island Air. Hawaiian Airlines said ...

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