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Mesa Airlines - A Bright Future with New Beginnings
Mesa Airlines has a very colorful history going back over thirty years. Their history consists of many different changes, even more than most other companies go through. This certainly asserts the company's perseverance to do well in business. Sometimes Mesa Airlines and the Mesa Group are used reciprocally, and the Mesa Group is simply a chain of smaller airlines, including Mesa Airlines. As of 2011, Mesa Group has restructured their operations after going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Now, they and Mesa Airlines are much leaner and poised to continue aggressive business growth.
The Mesa Air Group, along with Mesa Airlines is trying to give assistance with hopeful pilots in obtaining their wings. The Mesa Pilot Development program is designed to provide a first class education including appropriate certifications.
With Mesa and Arizona State University joining forces, they may have an even better chance to achieve success. Students will attend Arizona State and complete their four year Bachelor degree including requisite pilot certifications. At that time, the candidate will be given what is called a "preferential interview" with the Mesa Air Group for the position of First Officer which means, the copilot. Another alias of Mesa Airlines is US Airways Express. This is because in 1997 it entered into another agreement, this time with US Airways. This division of Mesa goes out to around 14 different destinations in the USA. US Airways Express has two main hubs, which are Phoenix Arizona and Charlotte, North Carolina. Their fleet consist of Bombardier CRJ900's and CRJ200's in addition to Dash 8 aircraft. Due to Mesa going to a bankruptcy court in 2005 the code share agreement it had with US Airways was not renewed.
Mesa got into an agreement with the well known airline United Airlines in 2003. The meaning of this code share was to let Mesa Airlines spark up services running from a few new airports, like O'Hare in Chicago and Denver. And from this a new airline was born. It was called United Express Airlines. To this day United Express have only used Bombardier aircraft in their fleet. The Dash 8 aircraft were officially removed from operations by the end of 2009.
The condition of Mesa's finances in March 2011, when they emerged from the bankruptcy, were great. Mesa's services have continued to turn a profit for the company as their services reach all over the US. Key managers have been bought back into the company because of their experiences with Mesa.
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