American Eagle Airlines next month will take delivery of the first two of 22 CRJ700s it has on order, the first new aircraft the regional will receive in five years. Speaking to reporters at the Regional Airlines Assn. Annual Convention in Milwaukee, President and CEO Peter Bowler said that "virtually all" of the new jets will be based at either New York JFK or LaGuardia. They will bring Eagle's CRJ700 fleet to 47. From July 1, all Eagle CRJs will feature a dual-class ...

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