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Jan 14, 2003
NEW YORK (AP) -- A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Tuesday allowed Northwest Airlines Corp. to reject the leases on 15 commuter jets held by Wells Fargo & Co., turning aside a claim by the lender that Northwest was favoring other lessors at Wells Fargo's expense. Part of its Chapter 11 restructuring, Northwest is in the process of rejecting leases on up to 200 aircraft, of all sizes, and was in court to defend the rejection of 15 CRJ-200s, 50-seat jets under sublet to Pinnacle Airlines, which provides regional links to Northwest.
Im sure the GA ramp in MEM is tired of being clogged up with them by now. And you guys are still hiring.

yes we are, and this gives me a good idea..........
Im going to declare bancruptcy, and then just reject the lease on my car, and tell my landlord that i am rejecting his lease too. then I am going to tell everyone that works for the landlord, and the car company that they are now taking huge paycuts, and if they want to keep their jobs, they better form some new company to challenge their old company.

Thats never happened before has it?

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