Articles tagged “regional airlines”

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India’s Newest Airline Looks to Fill Void From Second and Third-Tier Cities

A regional airline with an unusual hub choice, having India's country code in its name, is starting with short-duration flights. Fly91 is aiming for the sky with its ambitions.

India’s Newest Airline Looks to Fill Void From Second and Third-Tier Cities

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American Airlines Offsets Higher Regional Costs With More Connections, Higher Fares

American Airlines bets that it can make higher regional costs work by offering more flight options than its competitors. And limited competition often means higher fares.

American Airlines Offsets Higher Regional Costs With More Connections, Higher Fares

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United, American CEOs Say They Face a Regional Pilot Crunch

Air service to smaller U.S. cities could wither unless regional airlines can ramp up hiring. Despite offering large bonuses to new pilots, regional carriers are scrambling to find enough talent to operate all their flights.

United, American CEOs Say They Face a Regional Pilot Crunch

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Republic Airways CEO Says No Rush on IPO for His Regional Carrier

U.S. regional carrier Republic Airways isn't in a rush to go public, despite chatter earlier this year that it was planning to do so. The carrier, which operates flights for American Airlines and United Airlines, believes its long-term future is secure.

Republic Airways CEO Says No Rush on IPO for His Regional Carrier

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Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

Like Lazarus, regional carrier ExpressJet hopes to rise from the dead. Can the airline survive flying on its own during a pandemic with small jets? The airline almost pulled it off before, but can it do it again, or will history repeat itself?

Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

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This Startup Wants U.S. Airlines to Use Buses to Replace Smaller Regional Jets

It's hard to think of the bus as a disruptive form of mass transportation. But who knows? Maybe this company, Landline, will revolutionize how Americans buy airline tickets.

This Startup Wants U.S. Airlines to Use Buses to Replace Smaller Regional Jets

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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?

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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

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Time Is Against UK Regional Airline Flybe as Challenges Mount

Flybe's management team will be hoping the airline's latest turnaround strategy works, where others have failed. The carrier has plenty of challenges and is operating in a very tough environment. Might it find things easier as part of a bigger aviation group?

Time Is Against UK Regional Airline Flybe as Challenges Mount

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Should Major Carriers Be More Transparent About Their Relationships With Regional Airlines?

PSA Airlines has been in the news lately. But do travelers have any idea what PSA is? Is this a problem? Should passengers have a better idea what regional airline they're flying? Or doesn't it matter?

Should Major Carriers Be More Transparent About Their Relationships With Regional Airlines?