NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - Aloha Airgroup Inc, the parent of Aloha Airlines Inc, has filed for bankruptcy protection and blamed "predatory pricing" by competitor Mesa Airlines for its troubles. The company, which employs 3,500, had emerged from bankruptcy protection about two years ago. Hawaii-based Aloha on Thursday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, asking the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to allow it to continue to operate and to approve its financing arrangement with its ...
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