Comair CRJ 700. Photo: Courtesy, Comair. Delta Air Lines regional subsidiary Comair said Wednesday it will retire 49 50-seat CRJs by the end of 2012 and also "realign our staffing over the next two years to support the new, smaller size of the airline." The Cincinnati-based carrier, which is DL's only wholly owned regional subsidiary following the sales this summer of Mesaba and Compass Airlines (ATW Daily News, July 2), said it will operate a fleet of 44 aircraft by ...

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