Republic Airways Holdings, the Indianapolis-based parent of regional carriers Republic Airlines and Shuttle America, reported 2014 net income of $64.3 million, more than doubling a net profit of $26.7 million in 2013. Republic noted that as of Jan. 1, it shut down subsidiary Chautauqua Airlines, moving its operations onto the Shuttle America operating certificate and transferring all Chautauqua aircraft and employees to Shuttle America. The move is part of the company’s effort to ...

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