Delta Air Lines (DL) said Friday it will shut down regional subsidiary Comair after Sept. 29.
Comair CRJ700. Courtesy, Comair Delta Air Lines (DL) said Friday it will shut down regional subsidiary Comair after Sept. 29. Cincinnati-based Comair, which is DL’s only wholly owned regional subsidiary following the sales of Mesaba and Compass Airlines in 2010, had already undergone a major downsizing (ATW Daily News, Sept. 2, 2010). According to Comair’s website, the airline still serves about 60 Canadian and US cities with around 290 daily flights operated under the ...
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