Republic Airways Holdings plans to pressure its Embraer ERJ-145 maintenance and parts suppliers into lowering their charges or face the prospect of the carrier parking more of its aircraft, says Chairman and CEO Bryan Bedford. Parking the aircraft, presumably to the extent that its contracts to fly them for major airline partners allow it, would cost Republic money. The parent company of regional providers Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America and branded carrier ...
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