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Endeavor Air is a US airline that flies passenger flights. The airline is based at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport and operates regional flights from the US to several destinations on the behalf of Delta brand, Delta Connection.
Endeavor Air is fully-owned by Delta and all Endeavor flights are operated under the Delta Connection brand. This means that the airline never actually operates with its own brand and — if passengers didn't know that Endeavor Air flies on behalf of Delta Connection — they wouldn't know they're on an Endeavor Air flight.
The airline first launched in 1985 as Express Airlines I and has since gone through two rebrands. The first rebrand was in 2002 when it renamed itself Pinnacle Airlines and the second rebrand was in 2012, when Pinnacle Airlines parent company filed for bankruptcy and Delta Air Lines bought out the airline and rebranded it as Endeavor Air, which is what it's still known as today.
Although the airline's main base is at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International, due to the amount of ground it covers across North America and Central America, it also has other hubs at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport
Endeavor Air flies to more than 150 destinations across North and Central America, including Minneapolis, Atlanta, New York City, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Boston, Fargo, Houston, San Antonio, Milwaukee, George Town, Toronto, Havana and many more.
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Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is an international airport in Minneapolis and the hub airport for Endeavor Air. Although Endeavor Air has several hubs across the US, Minneapolis St. Paul is the main hub for the airline. It has used the airport as its primary hub since it was acquired by Delta in 2012.
The airport itself has four runways, two-terminal buildings and handles over 30 million passengers each year.
Other airlines that are based at the airport include Delta, Bemidji Airlines and Sun Country Airlines. Although, there are many other airlines that fly to/from the airport, including Air Choice One, American Airlines, Denver Air Connection, Icelandair, KLM, Spirit and United Express.
Endeavor Air has a very large fleet of up to 200 aircraft. The airline's fleet consists of planes in the Bombardier CRJ series, with models such as the CRJ-200, CRJ-700 and CRJ-900.