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Apr 9, 2020
Share Regional air cargo services provider Alpine Air Express has purchased all the assets of US operator Great Lakes Airlines. As part of this deal, Alpine has acquired Great Lakes Airlines’ 27 airplanes and related engines, propellers, spare parts and ground support equipment. The two sides have not disclosed any financial details of the transaction. Great Lakes Airlines ceased its scheduled passenger flight operations in March 2019. It owns a fleet of 28 Beechcraft 1900Ds and six Embraer 120 Brasilias aircraft. Alpine CEO Michael Dancy said: “This acquisition is highly strategic for our company, significantly expanding our market presence and ability to serve our customers. “We are excited to grow our fleet, maintenance support and spare parts availability while also utilising our proprietary supplemental type certificate (STC) to convert these acquired Beech 1900D aircraft into our expanding cargo operations.” Headquartered in Provo, Utah, Alpine is one of the leading Part 135 air cargo operators in the Mountain Region of the western US. How disruptive will the COVID-19 outbreak be on aerospace supply chains? Very Disruptive
Great Lakes Airlines Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Great Lakes Airlines founded?
Great Lakes Airlines was founded in 1977.
Where is Great Lakes Airlines's headquarters?
Great Lakes Airlines's headquarters is located at 1022 Airport Pkwy, Cheyenne.
What is Great Lakes Airlines's latest funding round?
Great Lakes Airlines's latest funding round is Asset Sale.
Who are the investors of Great Lakes Airlines?
Investors of Great Lakes Airlines include Alpine Air Express.