Officials from GLO Airlines have just announced they will continue to fly and there will be no interruption of service.

A bankruptcy court judge has ok'd the company's request to continue to operate as the company works through reorganization.

On Monday, GLO execs announced services would be halted temporarily while they work out a contract dispute with the company that operates the flights.

The airline started flights between New Orleans and Shreveport in 2015. Mark Crawford, a spokesman for Shreveport Regional Airport says the company averages 1,000 passengers in and out of Shreveport each month.

GLO filed for bankruptcy last week.