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  2. Republic Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Republic Airlines was a United States airline formed by the merger of North Central Airlines and Southern Airways on July 1, 1979. Their headquarters were at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport , in what is now Fort Snelling in unincorporated Hennepin County, Minnesota .

  3. U.S. Airline Mergers and Acquisitions | Airlines For America

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    Pinnacle Airlines / Mesaba Airlines: United Airlines / Continental Airlines: 5/3/2010: 10/1/2010: United Airlines: SkyWest / Atlantic Southeast Airlines / ExpressJet ...

  4. Samuel Byck - Wikipedia

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    Samuel Joseph Byck (January 30, 1930 – February 22, 1974) was an American hijacker and attempted assassin. On February 22, 1974, he attempted to hijack a plane flying out of Baltimore/Washington International Airport, intending to crash into the White House in the hopes of killing President Richard Nixon.

  5. Endeavor Air - Wikipedia

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    This 17 CRJs were handed over to Mesaba Airlines in 2008, which Pinnacle's parent company later acquired in 2010. Northwest had also allowed Pinnacle to seek flying for other carriers. On April 30, 2007, Pinnacle Airlines Corp. signed a 10-year contract with Delta Air Lines to be a Delta Connection carrier.

  6. United Airlines route maps

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    In 2010, the airline acquired Continental Airlines, then the third largest airlines in the country. United operates out of nine hub airports, of which Houston Intercontinental, the former Continental Airlines principle base, is the largest. Other major hubs include Chicago O’Hare, Newark and Denver.

  7. American Airlines - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    American Airlines, Inc. (AA), conocida simplemente como American, es una aerolínea estadounidense con sede en Fort Worth, Texas. Opera vuelos programados en una extensa red de rutas nacionales e internacionales en América del Norte, el Caribe, América Central, América del Sur, Europa, Asia y Oceanía.

  8. Northwest Airlines fleet - Wikipedia

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    Express Airlines I/II - British Aerospace BAe Jetstream 31, Canadair CRJ200/CRJ440, Saab 340; Fischer Brothers Aviation - CASA 212, Dornier 228, Short 360; Mesaba Airlines - Avro RJ85, Beechcraft 99, Canadair CRJ200/CRJ440/CRJ900, de Havilland Canada DHC-8 Dash 8, Fokker F27, Saab 340, Swearingen Metro

  9. Delta Air Lines Flight 9570 - Wikipedia

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    Aircraft and crew. Delta Air Lines Flight 9570 was a training flight operated using a McDonnell Douglas DC-9-14 (registration (registration N3305L).The aircraft was manufactured in 1965, and had operated for 18,998 hours at the time of the accident.

  10. PolyMet Mining Corp. (NYSE American: PLM) announced the filing of a technical report Monday prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects by Independent Mining Consultants, Inc. and JDS Energy & Mining Inc. on the Mesaba deposit.

  11. Western Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Western Airlines was a major airline based in California, operating in the Western United States including Alaska and Hawaii, and western Canada, as well as to New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Miami and to Mexico City, London and Nassau.