Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines will move 31 Bombardier CRJs from ExpressJet Airlines to Endeavor Air, ending its contract with SkyWest Inc. subsidiary ExpressJet and expanding flying for its wholly owned regional subsidiary Endeavor. The 31 Delta-financed aircraft formerly operated by Atlanta-based ExpressJet, comprising 28 CRJ900s and three CRJ700s, will remain based in Atlanta, where Minneapolis-based Endeavor will open a CRJ900 crew base. ExpressJet said in a statement that it had ...

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