Delta Air Lines’ overhaul of its regional feed network will mean reduced services for Pinnacle Airlines, which is wholly dependent on the mainline carrier for income, although it is still unclear how deeply the regional’s 140-strong fleet of Bombardier CRJ200s will be affected. Pinnacle has only just received details of Delta’s fleet plan, according to a staff letter issued late Nov. 29 by CEO John Spanjers, and while he says revisions “have not yet been finalized,” he warns, “We expect ...


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