Phoenix-based Mesa Airlines is deepening its partnership with United Airlines at the same time the regional carrier is running up against problems in its relationship with American Airlines. The contract for 42 United-owned Embraer E175s in Mesa’s United Express fleet will be extended five years through 2024, with rights to extend through 2027, the airlines announced Dec. 3. The 18 Mesa-owned E175s in the United Express fleet will be contracted through 2028. Mesa also said it will ...

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