Colgan Seeks End To United EAS Services As Contract Review Nears

Pinnacle Airlines wants to terminate the seven Essential Air Service (EAS) destinations its subsidiary Colgan Airlines operates for United Airlines just weeks before the mainline carrier is expected to conclude a review of both Colgan’s and Pinnacle’s feeder contracts. Memphis-based Pinnacle tells...

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