Pinnacle Expects Restructuring To Produce First Operating Profit In 2014

Pinnacle Airlines expects revenues to fall by more than half by 2017 after it transitions to a fleet comprising solely Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft, but the U.S. regional carrier forecasts a $4.2 million profit for that year as operating expenses decline at a slightly faster rate. The U.S. regional...

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