A federal bankruptcy judge in New York has approved the reorganization plan of Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings, paving the way for Republic to exit Chapter 11 protection. The regional airline operator said it expects to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by the end of April. The company entered Chapter 11 in February 2016, saying it was the only way it could renegotiate contracts with major U.S. airlines for which it operates regional flights. The renegotiations were ...
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