ExpressJet Holdings finished what President and CEO Jim Ream called a third quarter "of transition" with a $4.8 million loss, narrowed from a $22.3 million deficit in the year-ago period. The company ended its branded flying experiment in early September, when it also ceased flying 10 EMB-145XRs for Delta Air Lines (ATWOnline, July 10). By the end of the quarter it operated 214 aircraft under a capacity purchase agreement with Continental Airlines, including some formerly used for branded ...

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