This Week In Aviation Daily History

25 Years Ago Aug. 1, 1991—Eastern Air Lines stopped flying in January, but its lawyers and financial consultants keep on billing. To prevent insolvency, a New York bankruptcy judge refuses payment on $19 million of the nearly $86 million in professional fees run up since Eastern declared bankruptcy...

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