Mesa Air will reduce its regional jet fleet further at the end of this month as the operator continues to reject leases on aircraft not assigned to a contract. In a new filing, Mesa Air says it will return four more Bombardier CRJ200s May 24-30. All four jets are currently at Mesa’s Tucson, Ariz., maintenance facility awaiting inspection.
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