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March 20, 2014 10:42 PM

More money could be headed to Myrtle Beach-based Direct Air’s passengers under bankruptcy proposal

The trustee in Myrtle Beach-based Direct Air’s bankruptcy case is pitching a proposal that could recover more money for people who bought tickets for flights that never occurred when the charter air carrier abruptly stopped flying two years ago.

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