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2008-07-10 15:00:39

By Jack Gillum, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jul. 10--ExpressJet Airlines raised Tucson's hopes by delivering much-coveted non-stop air service. And then it died. The Houston-based regional carrier said this week that it was ending its nationwide branded service, effectively cutting its four remaining destinations from Tucson International Airport in September. This latest move by ExpressJet marks a setback for Tucson and other midsize cities served by the low-cost airline, which...

2008-07-10 06:00:33

By Joe Stevens, Press-Telegram, Long Beach, Calif. Jul. 10--LONG BEACH -- ExpressJet Airlines is ending its branded flights in September, when it will stop flying out of Long Beach Airport because of high fuel costs, the company announced Wednesday. Commuter airline ExpressJet has flown out of Long Beach for eight months and it offered the only Long Beach flights to Reno/Tahoe, Fresno and Monterey. "On behalf of everyone at ExpressJet Airlines, I would like to express our gratitude to...

2008-07-10 03:00:21

By Joe Stevens LONG BEACH - ExpressJet Airlines is ending its branded flights in September and will stop flying out of the Long Beach Airport altogether then, citing higher fuel costs, the company announced Wednesday. Commuter airline ExpressJet has flown out of the L.B. Airport for eight months and offered the only Long Beach flights to Reno/Tahoe, Fresno and Monterey. The company cited the rising cost of fuel to explain why it will no longer be flying under its name. "On behalf of...

2008-07-10 00:00:19

By Jeff St. John, The Fresno Bee, Calif. Jul. 9--ExpressJet will end its daily flights between Fresno and Ontario, San Diego and Long Beach in September, adding its name to the list of air carriers making cutbacks as they struggle with rising fuel costs and a weakening economy. Fresno Yosemite International Airport officials announced today that the Houston-based carrier would end its Fresno flights on Sept. 2, and that people holding tickets for flights after that date should contact...

2007-05-21 03:00:20

By Guillet, Jaime New Orleans' trademark as a destination city played a prominent role in ExpressJet Airline's move to increase nonstop air service at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, the carrier's President and CEO Jim Ream said today. LANOIA officials joined local and state tourism representatives on the first day of National Tourism Week to welcome Ream and ring in the newly-branded regional carrier's additional five nonstop destinations. "New Orleans is a great...


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