FAQs

You can contact a brokerage firm to purchase common stock of SkyWest.

The ticker symbol is SKYW and the common stock trades on the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ).

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Our transfer agent is Zions First National Bank. 

Inquiries can be made online at zionsbank.com by selecting Contact Us or via e-mail to: zionsctops@zionsbancorp.com, by phone at 801-844-7545 or toll free at 888-416-5176. General written inquiries can be sent to:

U.S. Mail

Overnight Mail

Zions Bank

Zions Bank

P.O. Box 3748

One S Main St., 12th floor

Salt Lake City, UT 84110

Salt Lake City, UT 84133

801.844.7549

 

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The Investor Relations page of inc.skywest.com provides a wide range of information, including stock quote, press releases, SEC filings and other financial and operational data. Investors may also visit www.sec.gov to access SEC filings.

You can download a copy of the 2015 Proxy Statement here.

SkyWest’s SEC filings are made available over the Internet by various service providers, including www.sec.gov, or you can search and download the information from our SEC Filings page.

Please contact Zions Bank if you have questions regarding your stock certificates.

Please contact Zions First National Bank or your broker.

Generally, shareholders who own SkyWest, Inc. stock should receive their dividend payment within 10 business days after the dividend payable date.

If your shares are held by your broker and you have not received notice of the dividend within 10 business days after the payable date, contact your broker.

If your shares are held by Zions First National Bank, you will have the option of receiving a check or direct deposit into a checking or savings account. If you do not make a dividend payment election, you will receive your dividend payment via check. You can enroll in direct deposit while signed into your account online at ownershiprecordkeeping.com/zions/signon.asp. You can also request enrollment materials by e-mail, mail or by phone.

If your shares are held by your broker, please contact your broker to learn about your options.

Dividends paid to individual shareholders are generally considered taxable income. For additional information, we suggest you contact your tax advisor.

Form 1099-DIV are typically mailed by mid-February of each year. If you have questions, please contact your broker.

If you sold your shares during the year, the broker you sold your shares through should mail your 1099-B form by February 15. Contact your brokerage firm for questions.

Taxes are not withheld from dividends for accounts containing a certified taxpayer identification number.

If your shares are held by your broker, please contact your broker if you have questions.

To prevent withholding from future dividends, you must certify your taxpayer identification number by completing an IRS W-9 form. If you prefer, and your shares are held by Zions Bank, you can contact Zions Bank to have a W-9 mailed to you.

If your shares are held by your broker, please contact your broker.

If your shares are held by Zions Bank, you can change your address while signed into your account online at ownershiprecordkeeping.com/zions/signon.asp or by e-mail to zionsctops@zionsbancorp.com, by phone or by mail.

If your shares are held by your broker, please contact your broker.

Registered stockholders with Zions Bank can access account information at any time while signed into their account at ownershiprecordkeeping.com/zions/signon.asp.

If your shares are held by your broker, please contact your broker.