The new agreement between Mesa Airlines and United Airlines extends for five years and will see the regional carrier deploy up to 38 Bombardier/Mitsubishi CRJ900s with United Express in the coming March. United will get a ten percent share in Mesa and provide a credit...
A fallout between American Airlines and its regional partner Mesa Airlines has ended in a climax: American has terminated the contract with Mesa and will stop using its services from April. At the same time, Mesa is about to confirm a new long-term agreement with...
A new Dutch start-up, Venturi Aviation, eyes to offer a 44-seat full-electric regional aircraft in eight to ten years. This would make it the biggest electric aircraft available on the market. However, the start-up has many boxes to tick before the concept will become...
The Archer Aviation eVTOL has made its first hover flight on December 16, the US start-up announced on December 20. The Maker demonstrator aircraft hovered for an unspecified duration, nor the Archer provided details of the altitude. A picture on its website showed...
Today at the Regional Airline Association convention in Nashville, Mesa Airlines, Inc. and Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation signed an MOU for 100 SpaceJet M100 aircraft. The agreement anticipates 50 firm orders and 50 purchase rights. Mesa anticipates using the M100 in...
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