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  1. Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311 was a regularly scheduled commuter flight in Georgia in the southeastern United States, from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Glynco Jetport (since renamed Brunswick Golden Isles Airport) in Brunswick on April 5, 1991.

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  3. Atlantic Southeast Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines ( ASA) was a regional U.S. airline based in the A-Tech Center in College Park, Georgia, flying to 144 destinations as a Delta Connection carrier on behalf of Delta Air Lines via a code sharing agreement and, as of February 2010, commenced service as a United Express carrier on behalf of United Airlines via a separate code sharing agreement.

  4. What Happened To Atlantic Southeast Airlines? - Simple Flying

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines evolved into the world's largest regional airline with more than 400 aircraft. Founded at the A-Tech Center in College Park, Georgia, near Atlanta in 1972, Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) operated flights on behalf of Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.

  5. Atlantic Southeast Airlines | LinkedIn

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines is now the new ExpressJet Airlines. The new ExpressJet Airlines was created in November 2011 when the Atlantic Southeast and ExpressJet merger was approved for single ...

  6. Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311 - Wikipedia

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311 was a regularly scheduled commuter flight in Georgia in the southeastern United States, from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Glynco Jetport (since renamed Brunswick Golden Isles Airport) in Brunswick on April 5, 1991.

  7. Longtime Atlanta regional airline ExpressJet winds down...

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines acquires its first aircraft, a DeHavilland Twin Otter; opens a maintenance base in Columbus, Ga., and makes its first flight. 1982 Atlantic Southeast makes its initial ...

  8. Atlantic Southeast Airlines Careers and Employment | Indeed.com

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    A-Tech Center 990 Toffie ... Atlantic Southeast Airlines website. It's all about connections for Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA). Operating as a Delta Connection regional carrier, ASA flies to smaller markets on behalf of Delta Air Lines, primarily from Delta's hubs in Atlanta and Cincinnati. The carrier serves about 110 destinations, mainly east of the Mississippi in the US, but also in western states and in Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

  9. Atlantic Airlines has flights to more than 87 cities in Florida. We provide Passenger & Air Cargo flights to & from Tampa International Airport (TPA), Orlando International Airport (MCO), and the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport (LAL), with flights to most cities in Florida. We call it the " Florida Air Shuttle " and specializing in providing air transportation to and from most Major Airports in Florida, and flying to those hard to get to Florida cities that have limited or no air service at ...

  10. Atlantic Southeast Airlines Fleet Details and History

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    Atlantic Southeast Airlines; IATA EV: ICAO ASQ: Callsign ACEY: Airline Full Name: Atlantic Southeast Airlines Incorporated: Country: United States: Airline Founded : 12 Mar 1979: Started Operations: 27 Jun 1979: Ceased operations: 31 Dec 2011 ExpressJet Airlines (EV / ASQ)

  11. The airline quickly became the largest commuter airline in Atlanta and one of the largest regional airlines in the world. ASA absorbed Southeastern Airlines on April 1, 1983 and became a Delta Connection carrier in 1984. Here is a look at the aircraft and routes the airline flew before the introduction of the Regional Jets in 1997.

  12. ExpressJet Home

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    As of August 23, 2022, aha! Airlines, powered by ExpressJet, has filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the US bankruptcy code and ceased all flight operations. We regret that a combination of market and economic conditions lead us to take this action. What Aha! Customers Need to Know