MESA had $14.1m net income for first quarter ended Dec 31 (vs $10.8m a year ago) on 18% lower revenues, and ended quarter with 136 aircraft in service: 76 E175s and eight CRJ00s (for United); 54 CRJ900s (for American); two 737-400Fs (for DHL).

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