Bombardier reached an agreement with GoJet Airlines, a subsidiary of Trans States Holdings, for an order for 10 CRJ700s valued at $317 million. The deal includes options for an additional 40 CRJ700s, which if exercised would be valued at up to $1.6 billion. GoJet's CRJ700s will be configured with 66 seats in three classes and will be operated as United Express on behalf of United Airlines. Trans States, based in St. Louis, operates a fleet of 48 ERJs and 25 Jetstream 41s as American ...

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