A request by maintenance provider Standard Aero to immediately cease its engine support agreement for Pinnacle Airlines’ Bombardier CRJ200 aircraft would be “operationally devastating,” will ground several aircraft and could jeopardize the carrier’s Chapter 11 reorganization, the regional carrier says. Standard Aero argues before Pinnacle’s bankruptcy court, however, that its cash flow has lost tens of millions of dollars from a power-by-the-hour contract that sets prices based on ...
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