SkyWest plans to add more than three dozen 76-seat aircraft to its Delta Connection service and remove nearly twice that number of 50-seaters as a nod to Delta Air Lines’ push for higher-capacity aircraft among its regional partners. SkyWest, the parent company of SkyWest Airlines and ExpressJet Airlines, will take on 34 aircraft–five Bombardier CRJ700s and 29 CRJ900s–and shed 66 of its CRJ200s under an “understanding” reached with Delta. SkyWest will take delivery of the new aircraft ...


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