Mesa Air Group CEO Jonathan Ornstein said his airline will not add 737s to its fleet, an idea it has been considering since last year. "We've shelved those plans for now," he said in a speech to the Aero Club of Washington yesterday. "We have had some difficulty negotiating rates that were acceptable to us." He said the company had considered the 737s for service out of Pittsburgh in conjunction with partner US Airways. He also expressed his displeasure with pilot scope clauses, which ...

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