SkyWest, Inc. - Bridging the Regional Gap

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 SkyWest Airlines

Corporate headquarters

Executive Leadership

Founded

St. George, UT

Michael Thompson, COO

1972; First day of operation: June 19, 1972

Hubs


Crew domiciles


Maintenance bases

Line Stations

Chicago O'Hare, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Portland, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Seattle and San Francisco

Chicago, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, Seattle and Tucson

Bosie, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Fresno, Milwaukee, Nashville, Palm Springs, Salt Lake City, South Bend and Tucson

Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix, Portland, San Francisco and Seattle

Cities currently served

 

Total: 189 (41 States, Washington D.C., 7 Canadian Provinces and 8 cities in Mexico and the Bahamas)
United: 152 Delta: 113 US Airways: 20 American: 19 Alaska: 14 Shared: 90

Stations operated

SkyWest: 59

Employees

Total: 10,729 (9,568 FTE's)

Average number of daily scheduled departures


Total: 1,698    United: 989   Delta: 482    US Airways: 85    American: 100    Alaska: 40   

DEN: 143   IAH: 43   LAX: 142   MSP: 53   ORD: 128   PDX:17  SFO: 125   SLC: 140   SEA: 33  PHX: 52  

Passengers
carried in 2013


27.4 million passengers

Total revenue passenger miles flown in 2012

15 billion revenue passenger miles*

*A Revenue Passenger Mile is equal to one fare paying passenger flown one mile.

Total aircraft in operating fleet

350 (All numbers include deliveries and retirements this calendar month)

Embraer aircraft:

44 Embraer 120 turboprops
14 Embraer 175 aircraft

Bombardier aircraft:



158 CRJ200 aircraft
98 CRJ700 aircraft
36 CRJ900 aircraft

 



 




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