SeaPort Airlines Files For Bankruptcy Protection

SeaPort Airlines filed for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection in Oregon on Feb. 5, and the airline blamed a national pilot shortage for some of its troubles. SeaPort, which will continue flying while it reorganizes, also said President and CEO Rob McKinney had resigned. He was replaced by senior SeaPort...

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