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  • PETE_85260 PETE_85260 Oct 5, 2007 9:54 AM Flag


    Sorry bashers!!!PHOENIX, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mesa Air Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: MESA - News) today announced the arrival on September 28 of the first of 14 seventy six seat Bombardier CRJ-900 Next Generation aircraft scheduled to be operated for Delta Connection by its wholly owned subsidiary, Freedom Airlines. The operation of these new aircraft was announced in March 2007 and represents an expansion of the agreement that was already in place between Mesa Air Group and Delta Air Lines. UP UP AWAY!!!!

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    • What are you smoking? Oh! You're a Mesa exec... Sorry about that! lol!

    • What are you smoking? Oh! You're a Mesa exec... Sorry about that! lol!

    • I absolutely love the fact that you tools are reaching for any tidbit of good news to announce for Mesa...and you come up with incorrect slight-of-hand information like this....hysterical. The airplanes are bought and paid for by Delta..any idiot knows this.
      The only thing Mesa's Freedom unit gets out of this is staffing someone else's planes...and Delta won't even let Mesa work on them...gee, I wonder why? And "staffing" is one of Mesa's biggest problems right now...

      Can't you come up with anything else?

      Nope, nice try though...don't let the facts get in your way.

    • I'm sorry, did you think Mesa bought these aircraft? Perhaps a little more homework is in order for you..

      Mesa will be almost incapable of buying any new planes for a long, long time...sorry losers.

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      SOURCE:Flight International
      Delta to buy CRJ900s

      Delta Air Lines has asked for bankruptcy court approval to buy up to 60 Bombardier CRJ900 regional jets configured with 76 seats, writes Darren Shannon.

      The carrier plans to place a firm order for 30 of the type, along with options on 30. A letter of intent signed by Delta also allows for some of the order to be converted to smaller CRJ700s.