After filing for bankruptcy less than two weeks ago, Aloha Airlines announced that March 31, 2008, was its last day of passenger operations. The second-largest Hawaii carrier cited an inability to generate sufficient revenue and “unfair competition” as the reasons for shutting down its interisland and trans-Pacific passenger flight operations. The announcement and abrupt action signals the end of more than 60 years of service by Aloha and affects about 1,900 employees. The shutdown also ...

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