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On behalf of Alaska Airlines,
SkyWest Airlines will launch three-times daily service linking San Diego with Sacramento, and Burbank with San José, on March 16, 2017. SkyWest Airlines will operate Embraer 175 regional jets on the routes. Read more
Using the first three of seven Embraer 175 jets ordered on November 25,
SkyWest Airlines will begin offering daily non-stop service for the Alaska Airlines network on July 1 between Seattle and Milwaukee; Seattle and Oklahoma City; and Portland in Oregon and St. Louis. Read more
Two regional airlines operating Delta Connection flights for Delta Air Lines will launch daily non-stop service next spring from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to five new destinations as part of the continued expansion of Delta's West Coast hub. Read more
The twice-weekly flights will operate from December 18, 2013 through March 29, 2014.
SkyWest Airlines will operate the flights for Alaska Airlines using 70-seat Bombardier CRJ700 regional jets. Read more
The deal represents the largest and most prestigious order yet for the Mitsubishi Regional Jet family, coming as it does from the world's largest regional airline holding company. Read more
The agreement contemplates that Mitsubishi Aircraft would begin delivery of the MRJs during 2017 and all 100 MRJs would be delivered before the end of 2020.
SkyWest has not yet announced if its planned 100-aircraft order specifies the 70-seat MRJ70, the MRJ90, or both versions. Read more
Alaska Airlines is to resume daily nonstop service between Portland, Oregon and Long Beach in California on March 12. The flights will be operated for Alaska Airlines by
SkyWest Airlines with 70-seat Bombardier CRJ700 regional jets.
Once finalized, the three-year agreement will also give US Airways options to up-gauge to
SkyWest-operated Bombardier CRJ700s to replace the CRJ200s and Dash 8s that Mesa Airlines currently operates for US Airways at the major carrier's Phoenix hub. Read more
As a result of a merger transaction, ExpressJet Holdings has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc., which in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of
SkyWest. Read more
Should the merger be concluded,
SkyWest, Inc. will own airlines that operate just under 700 aircraft – all but 48 of them jets – and SkyWest will be by far the biggest regional airline group in the world. Read more
Delta Air Lines will increase westbound service from three North Dakota cities to Delta's Salt Lake City hub with its summer 2010 schedule. Read more
Using 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200s,
SkyWest Airlines will operate United Express Service between Chicago O'Hare and Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Hancock/Houghton, Michigan; Muskegon, Michigan; and Paducah, Kentucky. Read more
AirTran Airways and
SkyWest Airlines have formed a new marketing partnership under which SkyWest will operate five 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200 regional jets between Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport and six destinations. Read more