ExpressJet E-145. By Rob Finlayson US regional carriers Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) and ExpressJet Holdings have reversed course on branding the combined airline that will result from their pending merger, scrapping the "SureJet" moniker unveiled in July in favor of "ExpressJet." Utah-based SkyWest Inc. last year acquired Houston-based ExpressJet and announced it would merge with SkyWest's Atlanta-based subsidiary, ASA (ATW Daily News, July 15). ASA and ...

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