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    ExpressJet Airlines Update. 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!

  3. ExpressJet - Wikipedia

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    ExpressJet Airlines was a regional U.S. airline headquartered in College Park, Georgia. The company originally operated as a contracted codeshare partner, flying under the American Eagle , Delta Connection and United Express brands at various points in history.

  4. ExpressJet Airlines, formerly under United, files for bankruptcy

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    ExpressJet Airlines, which calls itself a “reboot” of the company formerly flying as Delta Connection and United Express, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday in Delaware and ceased ...

  5. ExpressJet plans to start serving small and midsize communities in the United States. The airline has historically operated Embraer regional jets and is planning to continue flying those aircraft. It wants to fly routes that are roughly 540 miles long (~870 kilometers).

  6. Express Jet Airlines | Book Flights and Save

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    In May, ExpressJet Airlines has plans to fly two ERJ145s and make it 12 planes by May 2022. They plan to be flying 400,000 passengers in their first year of operations. Previously, ExpressJet Airlines has flown on behalf of various carriers across the US, including American Airlines / American Eagle, Delta / Delta Connection, Frontier, and more. Because ExpressJet Airlines operates as United Express, when booking an ExpressJet flight through Alternative Airlines, we display flights as United.

  7. ExpressJet Gets Tentative Approval To Restart Flights. By James Pearson. Published Jul 26, 2021. ExpressJet has been given tentative approval by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to restart operations as an independent carrier. The regional airline, which ceased operating in September 2020, plans to serve small and medium cities that have lost or seen a big reduction in air service.

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