SkyWest, Inc. is the holding company for two scheduled passenger airline operations and an aircraft leasing company. SkyWest's airline companies provide commercial air service in cities throughout North America with nearly 3,000 daily flights carrying more than 56 million passengers annually. SkyWest Airlines operates through partnerships with United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. ExpressJet Airlines operates through partnerships with United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines. Based in St. George, Utah, SkyWest continues to set the standard for excellence across the regional industry with unmatched value for customers, shareholders and its nearly 19,000 employees.
SkyWest, Inc Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2016 Results Call Date
SkyWest, Inc will host a conference call after the market closes on Thursday, February 2, 2017, to discuss the fourth quarter 2016 and full year results. The format will be to provide an overview of the results followed by a Q & A session.
- SkyWest, Inc Announces Third Quarter 2016 Profit - 10/27/2016
- SkyWest, Inc Announces Second Quarter 2016 Profit - 07/28/2016
SkyWest, Inc Reports Combined December 2016 Traffic
SkyWest, Inc today reported 156,788 block hours in December 2016, compared to 166,536 block hours in December 2015, a decrease of 9,748 or 5.9%. The net decrease was consistent with SkyWest’s fleet transition plan to improve the mix of aircraft in its fleet by adding new E175 aircraft, while reducing its 50-seat jets.
- SkyWest, Inc Reports combined November 2016 Traffic for SkyWest Airlines and ExpressJet AIrlines - 12/07/2016
- SkyWest, Inc Reports Combined October 2016 Traffic - 11/08/2016
- SkyWest, Inc Reports Combined September 2016 Traffic - 10/06/2016
SkyWest, Inc. Announces Additional Fleet Transitions, Bombardier Agreement and Anticipated 50-Seat Aircraft Non-Cash Imp
SkyWest, Inc. announced today additional fleet transitions and contract updates designed to reduce SkyWest’s long-term fleet risk and enhance its ability to respond to changing partner needs. Specifically, SkyWest’s ExpressJet operation expects to transition to flying primarily dual-class aircraft in its CRJ operation by removing its CRJ200 aircraft from service over the next year.
- SkyWest, Inc Declares Quarterly Dividend - 11/11/2016