Mesaba Airlines and its pilots have reached an agreement on a tentative contract, and it looks like flights will take off again after being grounded during negotiations.
A settlement was reported shortly after midnight, and officials of the airline say some outbound flights will go on as scheduled Sunday.
Before the settlement, the airline had said Sunday's flights were cancelled. Mesaba normally flies about 600 flights a day as a regional carrier for Northwest Airlines.
They serve five airports in Wisconsin, including the Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee.