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Mesa Air Group, Inc. (MESA)

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    Harrison
    One of the only passenger airlines that hasn’t gone negative and they start flying their two 737s for DHL in October. All the cargo airlines are up this year, Mesa is looking very good. There is still bad sentiment which has the price down but their flights are increasing which is all they need. American and United pays them the same regardless of the passenger count and Mesa doesn’t pay for their fuel. Flights Are packed too. Every flight I’ve flown on has been to capacity this last week which should increase the total number of flights they are given by their partners.
    Bullish
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    Swim_Like_A_Fish
    MESA COO says, "I would like to thank all of our employees for an outstanding job."
    What about thanking taxpayers for handing them a check for $43 Million?
    PROPPED UP (pun intended).
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    k
    This winter will be particularly cold for airlines and airports. The smaller they are, the more they will feel it.
    Airline Aid Is Ending. Regional Flights May Suffer the Most. Carriers will have freedom to lay off workers and cut some routes starting October 1st, likely hitting small airports and regional airlines hardest.
    When Republicans tried and failed to pass a new whittled-down coronavirus stimulus package in the Senate this week, something was conspicuously absent: More money for the aviation industry. Airlines have unsuccessfully lobbied to get a 6-month extension of the $25 billion package they received back in March, and airports have also failed to get more relief funds.
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    Fred
    Anyone have more details about Mesa's business connection with Amazon ??
    Bullish
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    Scott
    Anyone here holding on? I got 20k shares. Hopefully the earnings surprise. tomorrow afternoon.
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    k
    I like Mesa (and Republic). They're my preferred regional airlines.
    However with the stock, I can't crunch the numbers and value Mesa over $2.50 right now.
    There's no light visible at the end of the tunnel yet.........the virus is apparently still ramping up.
    Nobody wants to fly, as it's one of the highest potential ways of catching the virus.
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    k
    United Airlines said on Thursday it has decided to drop its contract with ExpressJet, and consolidate all of its outsourced flying on 50-seat planes with regional rival CommutAir.
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    Paul F
    Most investors do not realize that Mesa has no revenue risk or fuel cost risk. This stock is being unreasonably discounted because of the corona virus scare.
    Bullish
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    Andrew
    MESA up today. Favorable report on Seeking Alpha--not yet announced by the company--about American Airlines decision to not remove further aircraft from its MESA contract. Still no word on United contract; I have a request for information in to Investor Relations.
    See S.A. article at: https://seekingalpha.com/article/4296417-mesa-air-group-good-news
    American Airlines elected not to remove two additional aircraft and instead restarted the performance measurement period. While there appears to be no renewal o
    American Airlines elected not to remove two additional aircraft and instead restarted the performance measurement period. While there appears to be no renewal o
    seekingalpha.com
    Bullish
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    Jeff H
    Thanks for your input. I'm guilty of not understanding this business well, and bought last year based purely on metrics which told me this stock was undervalued. My biggest concern was the lack of contract renewal with American.
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    k
    Any ordinarily prudent individual investor would be leery of a company in which management refuses to communicate, particularly during extreme times like this.

    The CEO's of good companies who are "on top of things" are coming forward and confidently saying: "This is where we are.......this is where we need to be......and this is how we're going to get there."
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    Ed
    This airline had positive earnings and has upgraded management. With fuel costs projected to go down and a viable pilot pipeline, this carrier ought to provide a nice return. Deustche banks endoresment is positive too.
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    Adam
    Mesa Airlines Ranked Number One in On-Time Arrivals for Regional Carriers https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180612006210/en/Mesa-Airlines-Ranked-No.-1-On-Time-Arrivals
    Mesa Airlines is pleased to announce the carrier’s No. 1 ranking among regional airlines in on-time arrivals for March 2018. The Department of Transpo
    Mesa Airlines is pleased to announce the carrier’s No. 1 ranking among regional airlines in on-time arrivals for March 2018. The Department of Transpo
    www.businesswire.com
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    Dan
    Fred, there are several out there that have different numbers on every stock out there. Yahoo has a 1.5 which is between buy and strong buy. Price target of $12.83. I just recently bought into Mesa from advice from a influential friend if the price got below $6. So in 12-24 months I will reevaluate this investment. We will I on top? Hope so, but nobody knows. Good luck on your investments.
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    maxben11
    What happens when traders overreact? Value emerges, and that's precisely the case with Mesa Air Group.
    What happens when traders overreact? Value emerges, and that's precisely the case with Mesa Air Group.
    www.nasdaq.com
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    k
    Both American and United are cutting Mesa flights.
    I like Mesa. But in this environment with the changes in play, its value to me is less than $2.00.
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    Anonymous
    8 to 9 bucks soon.
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    Dan
    just looked at the analyst report and it is a 1.5 which is in the middle of STRONG BUY/BUY.
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    Amjad
    Why did it drop 40%?!
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    k
    According to the lawsuit, the Registration Statement featured false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that:
    (1) Mesa Air Group's operational performance was poor and below industry standards;
    (2) Mesa Air Group had a shortage of qualified mechanics and maintenance personnel;
    (3) Mesa Air Group had an inadequate number of spare aircraft and parts;
    (4) Mesa Air Group did not have a strong track record of reliable performance;
    (5) then-existing "risks" had already materialized;
    (6) Mesa Air Group knew of undisclosed adverse trends and uncertainties at the time of the IPO;
    (7) as a result, Mesa's public statements were false and/or misleading. When the true details emerged, investors lost their shirts.