The US company Mesa Airlines has lost the wet lease order from American Airlines. At the same time, the company is in intensive talks with its competitor United.
American is ending its relationship with Mesa Airlines because the ACMI provider has run into financial difficulties. This is said to have had a negative impact on the stability of flight operations. CNBC quoted an internal circular signed by Chief Commercial Officer Derek Kerr as saying: « As a result, we have concerns about whether Mesa will be a reliable partner for American in the future. American and Mesa agree that the best way to address these concerns is to terminate our agreement. »
Currently, six airlines, including Mesa Airlines, operate under the regional brand American Eagle on behalf of AA. According to information from Reuters, which refers to an internal circular from Mesa boss Jonathan Ornstein, those Bombardier CRJ-900s that are currently still on the road for American Airlines will in future fly as United Express for the competitor United Airlines.
You are already in the air with 80 Embraer 17 for this carrier. In the future, the 64 Bombardier CRJ-900s that Mesa Airlines operates will also be used for United flights. American explains, among other things, that the capacity will be bought in the future.
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