Hawaiian Seeks to Block Go! Ticket Sales

Hawaiian Airlines is seeking a federal court order that would keep Mesa Air Group from selling tickets on its Go! subsidiary for flights within Hawaii for a year. A hearing on Hawaiian's request for an injunction against Mesa has been set for August 4 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Honolulu. Hawaiian says it wants the one-year stay to keep Mesa to the terms of a confidentiality agreement Mesa signed when it was a suitor in 2004 for then-bankrupt Hawaiian. Mesa contends that Hawaiian's claim is baseless.

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