With slightly more than half of all domestic air passengers in the U.S. now flying on regional airlines, and the high-profile crash of Colgan Air in Buffalo last year turning the focus on industrywide issues, such as pilot fatigue, the regional airline industry is in a redefining period. CEOs of the Regional Airline Association's (RAA) 32 member airlines are meeting in Milwaukee this week at the 35th Annual RAA Convention to sink their teeth into safety issues, as well as discuss the ...

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