Bankruptcy court permits US Airways to carry on business

A federal bankruptcy judge in Alexandria, VA gave US Airways permission Monday to continue its normal operations a day after the airline filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (as previously reported on JURIST's Paper Chase). WAVY-TV in Norfolk has more. Additional information about US Airways' restructuring can be found on the company's website. In related news, Delta Airlines met with bankruptcy lawyers on Monday, in preparation for the possibility that it too will file for bankrupcy protection. Reuters has the story here. Delta's latest statement about its plans can be found on its official website.

 

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