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Mesaba Creditors Demand Future Protection From Judge

Law360 (February 24, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- Worried they will receive short shrift, Mesaba Aviation’s unsecured creditors have asked the court to guarantee that the bankrupt regional carrier does not promote the interests of parent company ahead of their own.

In a motion filed Thursday, the committee of unsecured creditors warned the court not to give the struggling airline, a regional carrier for Northwest Airlines Corp., carte blanche regarding its forthcoming reorganization plan.

Northwest, the number four U.S. carrier, filed for bankruptcy in September 2005, with Mesaba following suit shortly thereafter. Northwest is...
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