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1. GAO Report: Too Few Pilots or Too Little Pay? -

WASHINGTON (AP) – The nation's regional airlines are having trouble hiring enough pilots, the government says, suggesting one reason may be that they simply don't pay enough.

A pool of qualified pilots is available, but it's unclear whether they are willing to work for low entry-level wages, the Government Accountability Office said in a report released Friday.

2. Pinnacle Preps for End of Colgan-United Service -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. is scheduled to end its regional flights for United Airlines and wind down its Colgan Air operations by Sept. 5, the Memphis-based company announced Tuesday, July 10.

3. HQ Rumors Latest Hurdle For Pinnacle -

It was almost two years ago that Pinnacle Airlines Corp. began a transition. And it was a very different transition than the one the Memphis-based regional air carrier is now working its way through with supervision from a federal bankruptcy court judge in New York.

4. Pinnacle's Chapter 11 Filing Could Mean Predictable Turnaround -

As Pinnacle Airlines Corp. moves from restructuring to bankruptcy reorganization, an already complex corporate turnaround is about to get much more complex.

5. Pinnacle Bankruptcy to Bring Changes -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. will end its Colgan Air subsidiary and stop flying regional flights for US Airways Inc. and United Air Lines Inc. by the end of the year.

6. Pinnacle Bankruptcy Points to Dramatic Change -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. will end its Colgan Air subsidiary and stop flying regional flights for US Airways and United Air Lines by the end of the year.

7. FAA Fines Colgan Over 2009 Crash -

Colgan Air Inc., the regional airline owned by Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., that was involved in a fatal crash in Buffalo, N.Y., would have to pay $153,000 for failing to give crews on other flights enough time to rest, under a fine proposed Friday, March 2, by the Federal Aviation Administration. The crash raised concerns about pilot fatigue.

8. FAA Fines Pinnacle Subsidiary Colgan Over 2009 Crash -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Colgan Air Inc., the regional airline owned by Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., that was involved in a fatal crash in Buffalo, N.Y., would have to pay $153,000 for failing to give crews on other flights enough time to rest, under a fine proposed Friday, March 2, by the Federal Aviation Administration. The crash raised concerns about pilot fatigue.

9. Pinnacle Making Strides In Comeback Effort -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. reached another important milestone this week in its comeback effort with another interim contract agreement, this time with one of the global air carriers the Memphis-based regional carrier works with.

10. Pinnacle Tweaks Terms of Purchase Deal -

An agreement reached between Memphis-based holding company Pinnacle Airlines Corp., its subsidiary Colgan Air Inc., Continental Airlines Inc. and United Air Lines Inc. tweaks the terms of a purchase deal between the parties – and hopefully will be one more step toward avoiding bankruptcy by Pinnacle.

11. Pinnacle Tweaks Terms of Purchase Deal -

An agreement reached between Memphis-based holding company Pinnacle Airlines Corp., its subsidiary Colgan Air Inc., Continental Airlines Inc. and United Air Lines Inc. tweaks the terms of a purchase deal between the parties – and hopefully will be one more step toward avoiding bankruptcy by Pinnacle.

12. Pinnacle Wins Reprieve on Q400 Loan Payments -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. announced Thursday, Jan. 26, it has reached an agreement with Export Development Canada to defer $16.6 million in loan payments that were due from the Memphis-based regional air carrier to EDC starting Jan. 14 through the end of March until April 2.

13. Pinnacle, Union Debate Pay Cuts -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has proposed to United Steelworkers union leaders that all employees represented by the union take a 5 percent pay cut as the regional air carrier struggles to rework its financial arrangements with employees and major airlines.

14. Pinnacle Proposes Five Percent Pay Cut, Says USW -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has proposed to United Steelworkers union leaders that all employees represented by the union take a five percent pay cut as the regional air carrier struggles to rework its financial arrangements with employees and major airlines.

15. Pinnacle Facing Strong Headwinds -

It’s been a rough week for Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. The regional air carrier – in an age of capacity cuts by major airlines targeting regional carriers – saw its common shares drop to $1.02 per common share Tuesday at the end of the trading day. The stock closed Wednesday at $1.18, but was back down to $1.05 at close Thursday.

16. Pinnacle Airlines to Ask Creditors for Help -

MEMPHIS (AP) – Pinnacle Airlines Corp., which operates regional flights as Delta Connection, United Express and US Airways Express, said Thursday that it's trying to make deals with its major airline partners, creditors and employees to cut costs and reduce its debt.

17. NTSB Orders Pinnacle to Turn Over Records on Pilot -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal accident investigators are ordering a regional air carrier to turn over previously withheld records regarding the qualifications of the pilots involved in a deadly 2009 air crash.

18. NTSB Orders Pinnacle to Turn Over Records on Pilot -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal accident investigators are ordering a regional air carrier to turn over previously withheld records regarding the qualifications of the pilots involved in a deadly 2009 air crash.

19. Pinnacle Moves Mesaba’s HQ to Memphis -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. took another step in a plan to consolidate its three distinct regional air carriers into two brand names this week with word that Mesaba Aviation Inc. will close its headquarters in Eagan, Minn.

20. Pinnacle Facing More Than $1M in FAA Fines -

MEMPHIS (AP) – Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Inc. is facing more than a million dollars in civil penalties for allegedly not complying with federal regulations.

21. Spanjers Named COO of Pinnacle Airlines -

John Spanjers is the new chief operating officer of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. His appointment by Pinnacle President and CEO Sean Menke was announced Monday, Oct. 3, as Menke announced the resignation of Doug Shockey as COO.

22. Spanjers is New COO of Pinnacle Airlines -

John Spanjers is the new chief operating officer of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. His appointment by Pinnacle president and CEO Sean Menke was announced Monday, Oct. 3, as Menke announced the resignation of Doug Shockey as COO.

23. FAA Fines Pinnacle Subsidiary $1.9 Million -

The Federal Aviation Administration intends to fine Colgan Air Inc., part of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., $1.9 million for a 2009 problem in its training of flight attendants that came to light during the 2010 investigation of a crash of a Colgan jet in Buffalo, N.Y., that killed 50 people.

24. Pinnacle Reports $2.4M Q2 Loss -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. will begin moving into its new headquarters at One Commerce Square Downtown next week and complete the move from the airport area in December, the regional air carrier’s new CEO told analysts this week.

25. Pinnacle Reports Q2 Loss -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. will begin moving into its new headquarters at One Commerce Square Downtown next week and complete the move from the airport area in December, the regional air carrier’s new CEO told analysts this week.

26. Pinnacle Shows Q2 Loss of $2.4M -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. posted a $2.4 million net loss for the second quarter of 2011.

The regional air carrier had notified analysts last week that the second quarter numbers would take an unexpected hit in part because of higher than expected fuel costs and scheduling changes from the airline’s partners that caused a shift in the assignment of pilots.

27. Pinnacle Increases Working Capital for Colgan -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has made two moves designed to increase working capital of the Pinnacle subsidiary Colgan Air Inc.

28. Pinnacle CFO Hunt Leaves for Virgin America -

The chief financial officer of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., Peter D. Hunt, is leaving this month to become CFO of Virgin America, a California-based regional airline launched in 2007.

29. Menke Ready to Navigate Pinnacle’s Transitions -

Sean Menke, the incoming CEO of Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., comes to the helm of the regional air carrier in July during a critical year for the company.

30. Pinnacle Passenger Count Increases in April -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. showed a 46.8 percent increase in its April passenger count compared to April 2010.

31. Gov’t Fines Online Airline Ticketing Services -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal regulators are going after online ticketing services that fail to tell customers booking a flight on a major airline that a leg of their trip will be operated by a separate regional carrier.

32. Pinnacle Loses $3M; Nearer to CEO -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. could announce a new CEO to lead the Memphis-based regional air carrier as early as Monday.

33. Pinnacle Loses $3M but Nearer to New CEO -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. could announce a new CEO to lead the Memphis-based regional air carrier as early as Monday.

34. Pinnacle Announces First-Quarter Expenses -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. announced Tuesday the regional air carrier would take a $5.8 million hit when it reports its first quarter earnings next week.

35. Pinnacle Notes New Expenses for First Quarter -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. announced Tuesday the regional air carrier would take a $5.8 million hit when it reports its first quarter earnings next week.

36. Pinnacle Traffic Jumps In February -

Two days after Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s Monday announcement that president and CEO Phil Trenary will step down March 24, the Memphis-based airline holding company reported a significant upswing in February traffic.

37. Trenary Move Signals More Change for Pinnacle -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. was already in transition before Monday’s announcement that Phil Trenary would resign as CEO on March 24. As the Pinnacle board begins a search for a new leader, the Memphis-based parent company of three regional air carriers faces more transition.

38. Pinnacle's Trenary to Resign March 24 -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. CEO Phil Trenary has announced his resignation effective March 24 to pursue “other interests outside the company,” according to a Pinnacle written statement released Monday afternoon.

39. Renovations Begin at Pinnacle Headquarters -

40 S. Main St.
Memphis, TN 38103
Permit Amount: $8.7 Million

Project Cost: $8.7 million
Permit Date: Applied February 2011
Owner: Memphis Commerce Square Partners
Tenant: Pinnacle Airlines Corp.
Contractor: Grinder, Taber & Grinder Inc.

40. $8.7M Permit Filed for Pinnacle HQ -

Memphis Commerce Square Partners has filed a $8.7 million permit application with the city-county Office of Construction Code Enforcement for renovation work to One Commerce Square, Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s future headquarters.

41. Pinnacle Airlines Readies for More Changes -

2011 will be a year of more transition for Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp.

Not only will Pinnacle consolidate its headquarters at One Commerce Square in Downtown Memphis, but it will transition to a holding company for two regional air carriers instead of three.

42. Pinnacle Performs Well in January -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s capacity and operational results for its subsidiaries for January 2011 greatly outpaced figures for the same month a year ago.

Memphis-based Pinnacle is the parent of Pinnacle Airlines Inc., Colgan Air Inc. and Mesaba Aviation Inc., employing more than 7,000. Memphis International Airport is one of Pinnacle’s 11 operating U.S. hubs.

43. Pinnacle Earnings Fall, Revenue at $1B -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s year-end earnings fell short of analysts’ estimates, something company officials blamed on the combination of a tentative contract agreement, added aircraft to one of its subsidiaries and December’s winter weather storms.

44. Pinnacle Fourth Quarter Numbers To Be Lower Than Expected -

When Pinnacle Airlines Corp. reports its fourth quarter earnings next week, the diluted earnings per share won’t be up to what analysts thought.

45. Pinnacle Pilots Join Air Line Pilots Assn. -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. pilot leaders have endorsed a tentative agreement uniting pilots from Pinnacle Airlines Inc., Mesaba Airlines Inc. and Colgan Air Inc. under a single contract, according to the Air Line Pilots Association.

46. Pinnacle Subsidiaries See Mixed Performance in Dec. -

Pinnacle Airlines Inc. saw 812,167 passengers in December, a 6.4 percent decline from 867,612 passengers in December 2009.

47. Pinnacle Reaches Agreement With ALPA -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has announced that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Air Line Pilots Association International (ALPA) on a single contract covering pilots at all three of Pinnacle’s operating subsidiaries.

48. Pinnacle Performs Well in November -

Taking advantage of increased holiday travel, Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. saw solid passenger activity for its three subsidiaries in November, the company announced Tuesday.

49. Pinnacle Reports $9.4M Profit in Q3 -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. on Tuesday reported a net income of $9.4 million during the third quarter excluding special items, a 29 percent increase from the same quarter a year ago.

50. Flight Plan -

The decision to merge airlines and consolidate operations into one locale involves a detailed course of action, and it starts with the employees.

Because Pinnacle Airlines Corp. manages three airline subsidiaries and employs 7,700 workers – 1,500 in the Mid-South – technological issues will inevitably be in store when the company moves its headquarters from the airport area to Downtown.

51. Pinnacle Gets $195K Tenant Improvement Grant -

Downtown boosters added another incentive to the mix this week to smooth the way for Pinnacle Airlines Corp. to bring its corporate headquarters to Downtown’s One Commerce Square.

52. Pinnacle Gets $195K Tenant Improvement Grant -

Downtown boosters added another incentive to the mix Wednesday to smooth the way for Pinnacle Airlines Corp. to bring its corporate headquarters to Downtown’s One Commerce Square.

53. Pinnacle Seeks CCDC Funds to Aid Move -

Downtown boosters are still trying to add incentives to the mix to smooth the way for Pinnacle Airlines Corp. to bring its corporate headquarters to Downtown’s One Commerce Square.

54. Pinnacle Move Bolsters Aerotropolis -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s recent announcement means a headquarters relocation to Downtown and away from the airport, but industry experts say the move will not hinder Memphis’ aerotropolis marketing.

55. Downtown Touchdown -

Many of the dominoes that fell into place in advance of Pinnacle Airlines Corp. deciding to move its Memphis corporate headquarters to the landmark Downtown tower One Commerce Square happened in the public eye.

56. Pinnacle Chooses One Commerce -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has decided to shift its Memphis headquarters from Memphis International Airport to a landmark Downtown tower, capping months of study by Pinnacle and intense lobbying of the regional air carrier by state and local governments.

57. Pinnacle Chooses One Commerce Square -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has decided to shift its Memphis headquarters from Memphis International Airport to a landmark Downtown tower, capping months of study by Pinnacle and intense lobbying of the regional air carrier by state and local governments.

58. Pinnacle Amends Loan, Will Use It for Spare Parts -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. says it increased funds available under a three-year loan and will use the proceeds to buy spare parts.

59. Pinnacle, Colgan Airlines’ Passenger Counts Decline -

July was a tough month for the airlines operated by Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. Two of its subsidiaries, Pinnacle Airlines Inc. and Colgan Air Inc., saw declines compared to July 2009.

60. Pinnacle Airline’s Q2 Net Income Dips -

Pinnacle Airlines Corp. saw second quarter earnings drop from the same period a year ago, but the Memphis-based parent of three regional airlines remained profitable, the company announced Tuesday morning.

61. Pinnacle Airlines 2nd-Quarter Net Income Slips -

MEMPHIS (AP) — Pinnacle Airlines Corp., which operates regional flights for larger airlines, said Tuesday that its second-quarter net income dipped, in part, due to a dispute over insurance premiums.

62. Congress OKs Bill to Make Commuter Airline Safer -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress on Friday approved far-reaching aviation safety legislation that was developed in response to a deadly commuter airline crash in western New York last year.

The Senate approved the measure without debate, following similar action by the House late Thursday night. That sends it to President Barack Obama for his signature.

63. Pinnacle Weighing Options for HQ Relocation -

Pinnacle Airline Corp.’s pending headquarters relocation marks the second time in little more than a year that a transportation company has mulled over where to move a significant part of its operation.

64. Pinnacle Buys Mesaba; Solidifies Delta Connection -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. announced Thursday it’s scooped up Mesaba Aviation Inc. from Delta Air Lines in an acquisition that solidifies the Memphis air passenger carrier’s standing as one of the nation’s foremost independent regional airline companies.

65. Pinnacle Buys Mesaba; Solidifies Delta Connection -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. announced Thursday it’s scooped up Mesaba Aviation Inc. from Delta Air Lines in an acquisition that solidifies the Memphis air passenger carrier’s standing as one of the nation’s foremost independent regional airline companies.

66. Pinnacle Reports Low Q1 Income -

Like many air passenger carriers, Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. was hit hard in the first three months of 2010 by brutal weather and a bumpy economy.

67. Local Airlines Report March Passenger Counts -

The two airlines owned by Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp., as well as Delta Air Lines Inc., which operates a hub here, have announced their March passenger traffic.

68. Pinnacle Airlines Strikes Deal With Steelworkers -

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Pinnacle Airlines Inc. has reached a tentative deal with the labor union representing 930 ground operations workers, its corporate parent announced Friday.

69. Pinnacle Reports 153% Income Increase -

Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. appears to have successfully navigated the nationwide downturn in air travel by reporting fourth-quarter 2009 net income of $5.6 million and fully diluted earnings per share of $0.31.

70. Union: Pinnacle, Other Regional Airlines Pressuring Pilots -

WASHINGTON (AP) - The regional airline that operated a plane that crashed and killed 50 people in upstate New York has been pushing pilots to fly even if they say they are too sick or too tired, a union official told Congress on Wednesday.

71. Union: Regional Airlines Pressure Pilots -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The regional airline that operated a plane that crashed and killed 50 people in upstate New York has been pushing pilots to fly even if they say they are too sick or too tired, a union official told Congress on Wednesday.

72. FAA to Inspect Pilot Training at Regional Airlines -

WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal officials said Tuesday they will beef up inspection of pilot training programs at regional airlines in response to safety concerns raised by the crash of a regional airliner in New York in February.

73. Pinnacle, Others Sued Over Buffalo Crash -

Relatives of a passenger killed when a commuter plane crashed outside Buffalo, N.Y., have sued Continental Airlines and the flight’s operators, claiming the aircraft had inadequate de-icing equipment and an improperly trained crew.

74. Pinnacle Airlines Traffic Rose in November -

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Pinnacle Airlines Corp. said Tuesday that traffic in November rose, although that wasn't fast enough to keep up with the carrier's expansion, resulting in more empty seats on its planes.

75. Pinnacle to Be Dropped As Delta Connection Partner -

ATLANTA (AP) – Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to cancel its flying contract with Memphis-based regional carrier Pinnacle Airlines Corp. because of persistent late arrivals, Pinnacle announced Tuesday.

76. Pinnacle Being Dropped as Delta Connection Partner -

ATLANTA (AP) - Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to cancel its flying contract with Memphis-based regional carrier Pinnacle Airlines Corp. because of persistent late arrivals, Pinnacle announced Tuesday.

77. Pinnacle Orders15 Bombardier Planes -      Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has signed a contract to acquire 15 Bombardier Q400 74-seat turboprop airliners, Bombardier Aerospace announced last week.
     The transaction also incl

78. Pinnacle BuysVirginia-Based Airline -      Pinnacle Airlines Corp. has bought Colgan Air Inc. for $20 million - $10 million in cash and $10 million in the form of a one-year note secured by the stock of Colgan Air.
     The acquisiti