Mesa Air wins round to keep it from bankruptcy

June 2008
Inside Tucson Business;6/2/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 52, p4
The article reports that Mesa Air Group Inc. has won a preliminary injunction which blocks Delta Air Lines from terminating an agreement for Freedom Airlines Inc. to operate Delta Connection Comair flights in the east. The injunction was released by the Federal Court of Atlanta on last May 29, 2008. Meanwhile, Mesa was also asked to file its first-quarter 10-Q report on company performance in 2008 as required by Nasdaq stock market.


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