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March 14, 2014
17:55 EDTSKYSkyline reports combined February traffic up 0.1%
SkyWest reported a 0.1% increase in revenue passenger miles for February, while available seat miles decreased 2.6% compared to February 2013. SkyWest also reported that passenger boardings for February decreased 3% to 4,141,803 compared to 4,269,786 for the same period last year. Load factor increased to 80.7% compared to 78.5% in February 2013. The combined airlines generated 2.1B RPMs for the month, while ASMs decreased to 2.7B. SkyWest also reported a decrease of 7.5% in departures to 98,906 for February compared to 106,928 for the same period last year. February departures were 7.5% below the same period in 2013. As a result of the extreme weather conditions in February 2014, SkyWest canceled approximately 7,000 flights due to this extreme weather.
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October 10, 2014
17:34 EDTSKYSkyline completes sale of certain Recreational Vehicle assets for $981K
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October 8, 2014
13:53 EDTSKYCavco Industries reaffirms interest in transaction with Skyline
Cavco Industries (CVCO) acknowledges the September 30 public statement by Skyline Corporation (SKY) regarding Skyline's establishment of a board special committee to thoroughly evaluate all potential strategic proposals and other initiatives to improve Skyline's financial condition and strengthen its operations. As part of the special committee's thorough evaluation of all potential strategic proposals and other initiatives, Cavco reaffirms its repeated requests to promptly open a dialogue with Skyline to discuss previously mentioned ways that Cavco could assist Skyline to the benefit of Skyline shareholders, employees and other constituencies. These include Cavco asset-based loans to Skyline, Cavco's possible purchase of specific Skyline assets, and Cavco's purchase of all of Skyline's outstanding shares at a premium to recent trading prices. Cavco has not yet been given the opportunity to even have a discussion with Skyline management regarding these issues, so it is unclear how the special committee can responsibly evaluate its strategic alternatives at the present time. Cavco notes that Skyline's recent announcement of the potential sale of its RV division did not include any terms, financial or otherwise, making it impossible for Skyline's shareholders and the market as a whole to assess whether the transaction would be beneficial or harmful to Skyline and its shareholders. In this regard, Cavco has been advised by independent third parties that they have expressed an interest in Skyline's RV business but have been unable to engage Skyline in further discussions. Cavco strongly encourages Skyline's special committee to thoroughly evaluate all alternatives available to Skyline, both as a whole and in respect of each of its divisions, before completing any transaction that may not generate an optimal return to shareholders.

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