Alaska airline, Ravn Alaska, which was forced to file for bankruptcy in April due to a severe drop in demand following the coronavirus outbreak, is scheduled to begin operating flights to six Alaska communities on November 20, and resume regularly scheduled public chartered flights. Ravn Alaska is now under new ownership and management with Rob McKinney as CEO. McKinney was part of a group that acquired some of RavnAir Group’s assets in August for $9.5 million, including several de Havilland Dash-8-100 aircraft. McKinney also helped launch FLOAT Shuttle, a Southern California air taxi that purchased the RavnAir assets. Ravn Alaska
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