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January 3, 2013
11:50 EDTDAL, PNCLQPinnacle Airlines reaches agreements to provide viable path out of Chapter 11
Pinnacle Airlines (PNCLQ) and its wholly owned subsidiaries have entered into comprehensive agreements that, among other things, provide a path forward for the company to emerge from bankruptcy with a competitive cost structure and a viable long-term business plan. Under Pinnacle's new business plan, the company will transition its fleet to operate a fleet of 81 fuel-efficient, two-class regional jets for Delta Air Lines (DAL). The comprehensive agreements among Pinnacle, Delta, the Air Line Pilots Association, International and the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in Pinnacle's Chapter 11 cases include: An amendment to the company's existing debtor-in-possession credit facility, to provide Pinnacle with $30M of additional liquidity to support its continued operation through emergence from Chapter 11 and an additional $22M to fund certain required payments to Pinnacle's pilots under a Bridge Agreement and related employer taxes. Amendments to the existing operating agreements with Delta that form the basis of the new business plan. Pinnacle will receive Delta Connection's next 40 CRJ-900 aircraft awarded, setting Pinnacle's long-term fleet plan at 81 CRJ-900 aircraft. The 40 additional CRJ-900 aircraft deliveries are planned to begin in the fall of 2013 and are expected to be completed by year-end 2014. Pinnacle's 140 CRJ-200 aircraft will be removed from operation over the next two to three years.
News For PNCLQ;DAL From The Last 14 Days
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March 30, 2015
10:00 EDTDALOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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07:53 EDTDALDelta Air Lines initiated with a Buy at Argus
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March 29, 2015
13:55 EDTDALHawaiian Holdings expresses 'disappointment' on DOT decision on Haneda slots
Statement from Mark Dunkerley, President And CEO Of Hawaiian Airlines (HA), on DOT tentative decision on Haneda Slots: "The tentative decision issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation this morning to allow Delta Air Lines (DAL) to retain the valuable right to fly from Tokyo's Haneda International Airport for largely unused service to Seattle is tremendously disappointing. We are further disappointed that the U.S. DOT has determined that should Delta's planned service continue to fail, the Haneda slots will be assigned to American Airlines (AAL). Hawaiian is the only airline to have operated Haneda service continuously and successfully since the slot rights were granted. Our proposal provided more seats and would have resulted in more travelers flying between Japan and the United States than either Delta's or American's proposal. Kona is the largest unserved market in this proceeding, and Hawaiian's proposed route would have generated more economic benefit than that offered by either Delta or American. None of these facts are in dispute by the DOT. Sadly, by dismissing Hawaiian's proposed Kona route as just simply being additive to the routes already serving Hawaii, the DOT has once more failed to appreciate the geography of the 50th state. Kona and Honolulu are separate markets, separate communities and indeed are located on separate islands. The tentative ruling also reveals a long-held institutional bias among decision makers favoring the interests of U.S. business travelers over those of U.S. travel-related businesses and travelers in general. Hawaiian will be considering its next steps in this proceeding in the coming days."
March 27, 2015
15:45 EDTDALDelta Air Lines issues statement on DOT tentative decision on Haneda slots
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March 26, 2015
08:11 EDTDALDelta Air Lines volatility flat as WTI trades above WTI crude trades above $51
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March 25, 2015
14:36 EDTDALDelta Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic expand trans-Atlantic partnership
Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways are expanding their trans-Atlantic partnership with the introduction of six new daily services. The two airlines begin their summer schedule this weekend and will offer up to 39 return trans-Atlantic flights a day between the U.K. and 15 destinations across North America. Further joint-venture services will be introduced later in the summer. Virgin Atlantic Limited is a joint venture owned by the Virgin Group and by Delta.
March 24, 2015
08:04 EDTDALAirline estimates may have to come down, buy on weakness, says Cowen
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March 23, 2015
08:13 EDTDALBofA/Merrill airlines/aerospace analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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March 20, 2015
10:51 EDTDALStocks with call strike movement; DAL CELG
Delta Air Lines (DAL) September 57.5 call option implied volatility decreased 1% to 34, Celgene (CELG) July 145 call option implied volatility increased 3% to 28 according to IVolatility.

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