Company Overview of SkyWest Airlines, Inc.
SkyWest Airlines, Inc. operates as an airline company that provides air services in North America. The company was founded in 1972 and is based in St. George, Utah. SkyWest Airlines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SkyWest Inc.
444 South River Road
St. George, UT 84790
Founded in 1972
Key Executives for SkyWest Airlines, Inc.
Chairman, Chairman of Skywest Inc and Chief Executive Officer of Skywest Inc
Director of Marketing, Corporate Communications and Development
Vice President and Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
SkyWest Airlines, Inc. Key Developments
SkyWest Airlines, Inc. to Fly 18 Additional E175 Aircraft for United Airlines, Inc
Sep 15 15
SkyWest Airlines, Inc. has entered into an amendment to an existing capacity purchase agreement with United Airlines, Inc. to operate an additional 18 new Embraer E175 dual-class regional jet aircraft. The aircraft will be operated by SkyWest Airlines. The cabin will be a dual-class configuration of 76 seats and will be equipped with Wi-Fi. Under the agreement, it is anticipated that delivery of the aircraft will begin in late 2016, with all 18 aircraft being delivered by mid-2017.
SkyWest Airlines' Pilots Accepts Three-Year Pay Agreement
Aug 11 15
SkyWest Airlines' pilots recently accepted a three-year pay agreement, securing top compensation and work rules in the regional industry. The agreement, for which the strong majority of pilots voted in favor, is effective immediately and runs through mid-2018. The new agreement provides salary increases for all pilots, a substantial increase to first-year pay, guaranteed profit sharing and an increased 401,000 match, as well as a number of enhancements to work rules. The previous agreement became amendable in January 2015.
Federal Aviation Administration Proposes $320,000 Civil Penalty Against SkyWest Airlines
Jul 10 15
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed a $320,000 civil penalty against SkyWest Airlines for allegedly operating an aircraft that was not in compliance with federal aviation regulations. The FAA alleges SkyWest failed to inspect certain main landing gear components on four Bombardier CL-600 jets at required intervals for wear that could lead to an unsafe condition or failure of a component. SkyWest allegedly operated the aircraft on more than 6,700 flights when the inspections were overdue. SkyWest has 30 days from receipt of the FAA's enforcement letter to respond to the agency.
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