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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -It was a day of ups and down for New Orleans based GLO Airlines. Early Tuesday morning the company announced it would file for bankruptcy protection, just 18 months after its first take off.

Earlier, our news partners at reported GLO is seeking bankruptcy protection.

However, GLO released another statement less than 24 hours later saying it is back in business. So, travelers in Huntsville no need to worry, they’re not going anywhere.

GLO is a regional public charter operator that provides all business class options for non-stop flights between regional markets such as Destin, Shreveport, Little Rock, Memphis, and New Orleans.

GLO’S first flight out of Huntsville International airport took off in September of last year, and it was sold out.

GLO executives said they reached an agreement in court Tuesday afternoon which will allow it to continue full service to all destinations.

“I would like to thank all of our loyal customers for standing by GLO. The last several days have been hard on the entire GLO family and we are happy to be able to continue to bring the best value in air service back to the communities that have embraced us.”

— Trey Fayard, Founder & CEO of GLO

GLO calls the uncertainty a “brief disruption in operations caused by a contractual dispute”  with its air carrier.

People across Madison County welcomed the airline, since it meant the first time non-stop flights from Huntsville to New Orleans were offered.

Company executives said the past few days have been uncertain, but as of Tuesday flights are reinstated and fares will be honored.

For more information you can visit their website by clicking here.

For Rebookings:

By Phone: (855) IFLYGLO – (855) 435-9456