Mesa Air yesterday made good on its promise to diversify its partnerships by inking its first deal with Delta to fly Connection services in the Northeast, but the deal has prompted questions about Delta's regional strategy. The DAILY first reported on Wednesday that the two airlines were close to a deal that would have Mesa fly in place of the 30 32-seat Fairchild 328JETS previously flown by Atlantic Coast Airlines (DAILY, May 4). Under the partnership agreement inked yesterday ...

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