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Pinnacle Airlines has rebranded as Endeavor Air. But, don't worry, you can still search for flights Endeavor Air and the airline that airlines that it flies on behalf of at Alternative Airlines.

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Pinnacle Airlines was the previous name for Endeavor Air before it rebranded in 2013. The airline flew to destinations all across the US and to parts of Canada on behalf of other airlines. It went bust in 2012 but was bought and revived by Delta Air Lines in 2013, who then made the decision to rebrand the airline. If you want to learn more about the rebrand and buy flights on Endeavor Air, visit our Endeavor Air page.

At the time that it went bust and stopped flying in 2012, Pinnacle Airlines flew all across the US, as well as to destinations in Canada. It flew to 100 destinations overall. It had several hubs but its primary base was at Memphis International Airport (MEM). Before it was known as Pinnacle Airlines, the airline went by the name of Express I Airlines.

Pinnacle Airlines was a contractor airline and, therefore, only ever operated flights on behalf of other airlines. This means that you couldn't book flights directly with Pinnacle Airlines and, instead, had to book with the airline that the airline was operating on behalf of. In terms of the flight experience, Pinnacle Airlines adopted the same service and adhered to the same standards as the airline that it was flying on behalf of. This included flying a plane that was branded as that airline.

For years, the airline only flew on behalf of Northwest Airlink. But, in 2007, the airline came to an agreement with Delta Air Lines and began operating flights on behalf of its regional brand, Delta Connection. The agreement with Delta ended up being vital for Pinnacle Airlines, as, when it filed for bankruptcy in 2012, Delta bought and acquired the airline and continued it under the Endeavor Air name.


Pinnacle Airlines flew to more than 100 destinations at the time that it ceased operations, including Indianapolis, Los Angeles, New York City, Cedar Rapids, Rochester, Kansas City, White Plains, Houston, Richmond, Appleton, Toronto, Winnipeg and many more.


STATE CITY Aeropuerto
Alabama Birmingham Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
Huntsville/Decatur Huntsville International Airport
Montgomery Montgomery Regional Airport
Arkansas Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport
Fort Smith Fort Smith Regional Airport
Roca pequeña Little Rock National Airport
Florida Jacksonville Jacksonville International Airport
Panama City Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport
Pensacola Pensacola International Airport
Tallahassee Tallahassee Regional Airport
Georgia Savannah Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport
Illinois Bloomington/Normal Central Illinois Regional Airport
Champaign/Urbana University of Illinois Willard Airport
Chicago Chicago Midway International Airport
O'Hare International Airport
Moline/Rock Island/Bettendorf Iowa - Quad City International Airport
Peoria Greater Peoria Regional Airport
Indiana Evansville Evansville Regional Airport
Fort Wayne Fort Wayne International Airport
Indianapolis Indianapolis International Airport Focus city
South Bend South Bend Regional Airport
Iowa Cedar Rapids The Eastern Iowa Airport
Des Moines Des Moines International Airport
Waterloo Waterloo Regional Airport
Kansas Wichita Wichita Mid-Continent Airport [begins marzo 25]
Lexington Blue Grass Airport
Louisville Louisville International Airport
Louisiana Baton Rouge Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Lafayette Lafayette Regional Airport
Shreveport Shreveport Regional Airport
Maine Bangor Bangor International Airport
Portland Portland International Jetport
Massachusetts Bostón Logan International Airport
Michigan Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Hub
Flint Bishop International Airport
Grand Rapids Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Kalamazoo/Battle Creek Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport
Lansing Capital Region International Airport
Pellston Pellston Regional Airport
Saginaw MBS International Airport
Traverse City Cherry Capital Airport
Minnesota International Falls Falls International Airport
Minneapolis/Saint Paul Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (hub)
Rochester Rochester International Airport
Mississippi Gulfport/Biloxi Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport
Jackson Jackson-Evers International Airport
Missouri Kansas City Kansas City International Airport
Springfield/Branson Springfield-Branson National Airport
St. Louis Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Nebraska Omaha Eppley Airfield
Nueva York Albany Albany International Airport
Binghamton Greater Binghamton Airport
Elmira/Corning Elmira-Corning Regional Airport
New York City LaGuardia Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Newburgh Stewart International Airport
Rochester Greater Rochester International Airport
White Plains Westchester County Airport
North Carolina Asheville Asheville Regional Airport
Charlotte Charlotte/Douglas International Airport
Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem Piedmont Triad International Airport
Raleigh/Durham Raleigh-Durham International Airport
North Dakota Bismarck Bismarck Municipal Airport
Fargo Hector International Airport
Grand Forks Grand Forks International Airport
Ohio Akron/Canton Akron-Canton Regional Airport
Cleveland Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport
Columbus Port Columbus International Airport
Dayton Dayton International Airport
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport
Tulsa Tulsa International Airport
Pennsylvania Allentown/Bethlehem Lehigh Valley International Airport
Erie Erie International Airport
Harrisburg Harrisburg International Airport
Filadelfia Philadelphia International Airport
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh International Airport
State College University Park Airport
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport
South Carolina Charleston Charleston International Airport
Columbia Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Greenville/Spartanburg Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
South Dakota Rapid City Rapid City Regional Airport
Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Regional Airport
Tennessee Chattanooga Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport
Memphis Memphis International Airport (hub)
Texas Austin Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Dallas/Fort Worth Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
Houston William P. Hobby Airport
Lubbock Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport
McAllen McAllen-Miller International Airport
Vermont Burlington Burlington International Airport
Virginia Charlottesville Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport
Norfolk/Virginia Beach/Williamsburg Norfolk International Airport
Richmond Richmond International Airport
Roanoke Roanoke Regional Airport
Washington Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Washington Dulles International Airport
West Virginia Charleston Yeager Airport
Wisconsin Appleton Outagamie County Regional Airport
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport
La Crosse La Crosse Municipal Airport
Madison Dane County Regional Airport
Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport
Rhinelander Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport
Wausau Central Wisconsin Airport


País CITY Aeropuerto
Canadá Montreal Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Ottawa Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport
Quebec City Quebec/Jean Lesage International Airport
Toronto Toronto Pearson International Airport
Winnipeg Winnipeg James Amstrong Richardson International Airport


The baggage allowance that was allowed on flights depended on whether the airline was flying on behalf of Northwest Airlink or Delta Connection. As the airline only flew for Delta Connection at the time that it rebranded, as an example, here's the baggage allowance for those flights.

Equipaje de Mano

Passengers with an Economy Class ticket were given one piece of carry-on baggage included in their free allowance.

Passengers with a First Class ticket were given two pieces of carry-on baggage included in their free allowance.

No one piece of carry-on baggage could exceed 7 kg in weight or exceed the dimensions of 22” x 14” x 9” (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm).

On top of the free carry-on baggage, passengers were given one personal item included in their free allowance. A personal item could be an item such as a handbag, laptop and bag, small backpack or any item of a similar size.

Equipaje Facturado

Passengers were not entitled to a free checked baggage allowance unless they were flying in First Class. Non-First Class passengers that wanted to bring checked baggage had to purchase their checked baggage either before their flight or at check-in.

First Class passengers were given two pieces of checked baggage included in their free allowance. This baggage had to fit the overall linear dimensions of 62" (158 cm).

Clase Económica

Economy Class was available on flights operated by both Northwest Airlink and Delta. The cabin offered a simple service, perfect for those looking for a comfortable journey with no-frills. All flights had a professionally trained cabin crew, who were available to assist with anything passengers might need.


Seats were set out in a 2 x 2 formation on shorter flights and 3 x 3 on transcontinental flights or select flights to Canada.

Primera clase

First Class was only available on Delta operated flights. It gave passengers the opportunity to fly in total comfort with the next level service. First Class passengers could enjoy larger seats in a separate section of the cabin, exclusive First Class dining, priority boarding and disembarkation, as well as access to the airline First Class lounge at select airports.


Seats were set out in either a 1 x 2 or 1 x 2 formation.

Entretenimiento en vuelo

Most Pinnacle Airlines flights didn't have an in-flight entertainment system on the flight. Although, there was entertainment on select flights, particularly if flying First Class on Delta. Northwest Airlink didn't offer in-flight entertainment on any of its flight.

As the airline flew before Delta Studio for personal devices, the only other entertainment that the airline offered was the in-flight magazine.

Food and Drink

On Economy Class flights, passengers could order light snacks and drinks once in-flight. This included sandwiches, potato chips, candy and alcoholic, soft and hot and cold drinks.

On First Class flights (only available on Delta operated flights), passengers were treated to a more glamourous dining experience, which included complimentary meals (depending on the time of day flown) from an exclusive First Class menu. Passengers were also treated to complimentary drinks for the entire flight.

Información de registro


Passengers could check-in online through either the Delta or Northwest Airlink website. Online check-in was available from 24 hours before scheduled flight departure time.


Passengers could also check-in at the airport for their flight. Passengers had to present the relevant travel documents to a check-in agent at the check-in desk for whichever airline was operating their flight. Passengers had to ensure that they went to the correct airline's check-in desk as check-in could only be processed for that airline and also had to make sure that they met the check-in deadline time. Failure to meet the check-in deadline time could result in the passenger being refused check-in.


At the time that it stopped flying in 2012, Pinnacle Airlines flew a fleet of Bombardier CRJ 200 series aircraft. It had 145 Bombardier CRJ-200LR and 57 Bombardier CRJ-900 planes within its fleet.

Aeropuerto Principal

Memphis International Airport

Memphis International Airport (MEM) is the main airport in Memphis, Tennessee and was the primary hub for Pinnacle Airlines. The airline also had hubs at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. But, Memphis remained its main hub for the majority of the time that it was flying, for both Delta and Northwest Airlink operated flights. The airport has expanded since Pinnacle Airlines was based there and now has four runways, one terminal (split into three concourses) and serves over 4.5 million passengers a year.

The only scheduled passenger airline that uses the airport as hub today is Southern Airways Express. Although, plenty of other airlines fly to/from the airport, including Air Canada Express, Allegiant, Frontier, United Express and more.

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