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Global Aviation Seeks To Dump Leases On Half Of Fleet
February 10, 2012
Global Aviation Holdings, a casualty of the ends of wars and some poor planning, plans to jettison 16 of its 30 aircraft leases as part of its restructuring under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The leases that the parent company of World Airways and North American Airlines wants court approval to...
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