Airbus A320NEO and Bombardier CSeries customer Republic Airways, the parent company of three regional airlines and money-losing low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines, will present a business plan to its board Nov. 2 that could include deferring the remainder of its Embraer E-190 order indefinitely, selling off the 10 E-190s it already owns and selling the 113 slots it holds at Reagan Washington National Airport to US Airways. Republic also plans to add seats to Frontier’s Airbus A320-family ...
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