Articles tagged “mesa air group”

Airline Weekly

Podcast: Who’s to Blame for the Pilot Shortage?

Tempers are flaring as airlines, unions, and even Congress point fingers at who’s to blame for the pilot shortage. Edward “Ned” Russell and Madhu Unnikrishnan discuss an innovative program at Southern Airways Express, as well as why Mesa CEO Jonathan Ornstein may have a point about foreign pilots flying into the U.S.

Podcast: Who’s to Blame for the Pilot Shortage?

Airline Weekly

Mesa Air Points to Maintenance Woes and Spare Parts Shortage for Operational Issues

Mesa Air Points to Maintenance Woes and Spare Parts Shortage for Operational Issues

Airlines

American Air-Backed Mesa Bids for UK Regional Carrier Flybe

The drama surrounding Flybe goes up a notch. Management is at odds with key shareholders and it looks like there'll be a showdown on March 4.

American Air-Backed Mesa Bids for UK Regional Carrier Flybe

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American Airlines Warns One of Its Regional Airlines to Improve

U.S. regional airline Mesa Air Group has a relentless focus on costs. But with major carriers trying to increase their customer satisfaction scores, Mesa will need to raise its reliability to win and retain business.

American Airlines Warns One of Its Regional Airlines to Improve

Airlines

Mesa Air Downsizes Its Initial Public Offering

An airline emerging from bankruptcy isn't so rare, but will Mesa Air's investors return for the new initial public offering?

Mesa Air Downsizes Its Initial Public Offering

Airlines

Are Investors Ready to Forgive U.S. Regional Airlines?

U.S. bankruptcy law is more forgiving than in many countries, which is why many airlines have had multiple iterations. Now, eight years after filing for bankruptcy, Mesa Air Group again wants to be traded on public markets. Assuming it goes forward with an IPO, it'll be interesting to see if investors return.

Are Investors Ready to Forgive U.S. Regional Airlines?

Airlines

Mesa Air Wants to Try Again for an IPO 8 Years After Bankruptcy

U.S. bankruptcy law is funny, right? Less than a decade ago, Mesa Air Group filed for bankruptcy and investors lost out. But now the airline, with the same CEO, wants investors to give it another chance. Will they bite? Or do they have long memories?

Mesa Air Wants to Try Again for an IPO 8 Years After Bankruptcy