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US Airways Welcomes SkyWest Airlines as Regional Partner

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TEMPE, Ariz., Nov 21, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- US Airways LCC -0.65% today announced the addition of SkyWest Airlines to the airline's portfolio of partners operating as US Airways Express. Beginning Dec. 16, SkyWest Airlines will begin operation of six daily Express flights from US Airways' hub in Phoenix. By spring 2012, SkyWest Airlines will operate approximately 49 flights to 19 destinations for US Airways Express. SkyWest will serve US Airways' Phoenix-based Express operation… (www.marketwatch.com) المزيد...

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preacher1
preacher1 0
TKS, Wayne
preacher1
preacher1 0
It will really get interesting now, as far as mergers and consolidations go; battle of the regionals. Id be looking for a lot looser or non dedicated contracts in the future as all the legacy carriers look to save a buck.
QuickBurn
QuickBurn 0
How many people remember the old days when SkyWest just did feeder flights for Western?
preacher1
preacher1 0
Isn't Skywest the sucsessor name to ASA and the rest that that were bought/merged
bogberto
bogberto 0
Not exactly. Skywest is an independent regional airline whose holing company purchased ASA and then ExpressJet. ASA and XJT have been merged into one; SkyWest will continue to operate separately.
bogberto
bogberto 0
Make that "holding" company.
charlotte96
justin martin 0
I think SkyWest should have regional flights out of Charlotte
Lvanworkum
Lvanworkum 0
PSA does that
chris13
Chris Bryant 0
As does Peidmont
charlotte96
justin martin 0
I know those 2 airlines come out of her but dont get me wrong skywest would be a good regional carrier for this region
drdisque
Ben Deneweth 0
These aircraft are replacing the Mesa CRJ-200's and Dash 8's operating out of PHX. The Mesa CRJ-900 operation at PHX remains unchanged.

These aircraft are primarily coming from the SkyWest/Airtran codeshare operation out of MKE that recently ended.
preacher1
preacher1 0
Kinda really hard to tell from the article. It says they are replacing Mesa. Is Mesa going away compltely, eventually?
bogberto
bogberto 0
SkyWest's aircraft in PHX are indeed replacing Mesa aircraft. Will Mesa go away? No, but they probably will get sold (in way form or another) to someone.

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