Colgan Air

Colgan Air

Colgan Air, Inc. was an American certificated regional airline subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines Corp. The headquarters of Colgan Air were located in Memphis, Tennessee.

Colgan Air's major hubs were in Newark and Washington (Dulles). It was operating for United Express. Pinnacle Airlines Corp. phased out the Colgan Air name on September 5, 2012.

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Colgan Air Flight 3407 - Flight Details
... Colgan Air Flight 3407 (9L/CJC 3407) was marketed as Continental Connection Flight 3407 ... two-engine turboprop was owned and operated by Colgan Air ... This crash was also the first fatality on a Colgan Air passenger flight since the company was founded in 1991 there was a previous fatal accident (not involving passengers) in August 2003 when a repositioning ...
Colgan Air Flight 9446
... Colgan Air Flight 9446 was a repositioning flight operated by Colgan Air for US Airways Express ...
Colgan Air - Accidents and Incidents
... August 26, 2003 Colgan Air Flight 9446, a Beech 1900D operated for US Airways Express as a non-revenue "ferry flight" hit the water shortly after taking off from Yarmouth, Massachusetts ... February 12, 2009 Colgan Air Flight 3407, a Bombardier Q400 operated for Continental Airlines crashed into a house located at 6038 Long Street in ... Secondary causes included poor pilot training at Colgan Air ...
Colgan Air Flight 3407 - Investigation
... Colgan Air recommends pilots fly manually in icing conditions, and requires they do so in severe icing conditions ... from National Transportation Safety Board members, Colgan Air officials acknowledged that both pilots apparently were not paying close attention to the aircraft's instruments and failed to ... a lack of situational awareness,' said John Barrett, Colgan's director of flight standards ...

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