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February 20, 2013
05:24 EDTRJETFrontier Airlines waives change fees during winter storm
Due to the expected impact of a winter storm, Frontier Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of Republic Airways, has enacted guidelines for travel to, from or through Chicago Midway, Des Moines, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Omaha, and St. Louis. This policy applies to customers scheduled to travel Feb. 21-22, who purchased tickets on or before Feb. 19.
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September 22, 2014
09:15 EDTRJETOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Sigma-Aldrich (SIAL), up 34% after Merck KGaA (MKGAY) to acquire the company for $17B... Viasystems (VIAS), up 44% after TTM Technologies (TTMI) acquires the company for $16.46 per share in cash and stock. TTM is up 15.5% after the deal... Clorox (CLX), up 5.4% after the New York Post said the company turned down offer to sell or merge with rival... EMC (EMC), up 2.5% after The Wall Street Journal said the company is considering options that could include merging with a rival and held on-and-off merger talks with Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) for almost a year, though the Journal added that those talks recently ended... Epiq Systems (EPIQ), up 9.9% after P2 Capital confirms 16.9% stake in Epiq and that the company turned down the shareholders' $20 per share takeover offer... Dresser-Rand (DRC), up 2.7% after the company sells to Siemens (SIEGY) for $83 per share or $7.6B... TAT Technologies (TATT), up 6.6% after a division of the company signed a maintenance agreement with Republic Airways (RJET). LOWER: Yahoo (YHOO), down 2.1% after stock was downgraded at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and at Bernstein... InvenSense (INVN), down 2.9% after downgraded at RW Baird... Threshold Pharmaceuticals (THLD), down 5.6% after TH-302 Phase 3 trial events to occur later than expected.
September 21, 2014
12:07 EDTRJETTAT Technologies unit signs maintenance agreement with Republic Airways
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September 17, 2014
08:08 EDTRJETUnited Continental adding 50 E175 aircraft to United Express fleet
United Airlines (UAL) will amend its existing agreement with regional carrier Shuttle America, to add 50 E175 aircraft. Shuttle America's parent company, Republic Airways Holdings (RJET), will determine which of its carriers will operate the new 76-seat aircraft under the United Express brand. United anticipates deliveries will begin in July 2015 and continue through the summer of 2017.
07:06 EDTRJETEmbraer and Republic Airways sign a contract for 50 firm E175 jets
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05:22 EDTRJETRepublic Airways acquires 50 new Embraer E175 aircraft
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05:20 EDTRJETRepublic Airways to expand regional jet operations with United Airlines
Republic Airways (RJET) announced that it has reached an agreement to amend its existing Shuttle America E-Jet capacity purchase agreement, or CPA, with United Airlines (UAL) to add 50 new Embraer 76-seat E175 aircraft. The duration of each aircraft under the E-Jet CPA will be 12 years. As a part of the amendment, Shuttle and United have agreed to extend the duration of the term of the agreement for the existing 38 E170 aircraft, with new expiration dates ranging from September of 2019 through December of 2022. Republic also reached an agreement with United to amend its Q400 CPA allowing for a wind-down schedule beginning in January 2015 and ending in September 2016. Republic Airlines currently operates 31 Q400 aircraft under the Q400 CPA. Republic has entered into a sublease with Flybe Limited, a UK airline, for 24 Q400 aircraft, with deliveries to Flybe coordinated with the removal of the aircraft from United service. The remaining Q400 aircraft will be sold, leased or returned to the lessor after removing them from United service.

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