US regional Great Lakes Airlines, which operates domestic scheduled and charter services, ceased scheduled passenger flight operations March 26. A change in regulations has resulted in a lack of pilots for the smaller airlines and led the company to shut down service, it said. Great Lakes Airlines began laying off employees and plans to sell off its fleet of 28 Beechcraft 1900Ds and six Embraer 120 Brasilias, the company said. Great Lakes Airlines, headquartered in Cheyenne, ...

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