MESA had $4.3m net income in third quarter ended June 30 (vs $3.4m a year ago) on 71.2% higher revenues; 51% of its revenue came from United (80 E175s), 45% from American (45 CRJ900s), and 4% from DHL (two 737-400Fs) and other sources.

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