Mesa Air Group reached a five-year agreement with United Airlines to add 30 more 50-seat RJs into the United Express codesharing program beginning in the fall. Mesa did not disclose where the aircraft will come from, but a senior official indicated they will not come from US Airways Express operations currently performed by the carrier. With the new deal, Mesa will operate up to 70 aircraft under the UA designator: 45 CRJ200s, 15 CRJ700s and 10 Dash 8s. It has the right to convert up to 15 ...

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