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An ExpressJet E145. The regional carrier's contract with United Airlines is being terminated. (Photo: Timothy Powaleny via Creative Commons)

ExpressJet to End Operations On Sept. 30

In a message sent to employees on Monday, ExpressJet announced that it will end its operations for United Airlines at the end of September. When it was beaten out by CommutAir for a contract to operate Embraer ERJ145s for United Airlines, ExpressJet had hoped to continue operating with the legacy carrier through the end of the year. Aero Crew News first reported the development early Monday morning. “On July 30, United Airlines selected CommutAir as its sole ERJ145 operator and…

Peruvian Airlines Reportedly Suspends Operations

Peruvian Airlines has suspended operations after the airline's bank accounts were frozen by Peru’s tribunal fiscal, preventing it from paying fuel suppliers. The move took effect following discrepancies in tax values the airline should have paid for two Boeing 737 aircraft. The issue arose as Peruvian Airlines was claimed to…

Flybmi Becomes Latest European Carrier to Go Bust

The U.K.'s Flybmi is the latest airline to cease operations following an announcement on the airline’s website last weekend. The news brings an end to the British Midland franchise that dates back to the 1960s and misery to thousands of passengers due to fly out this weekend at the beginning…

Second European Airline Ceases Operations This Month

Earlier this week, AirlineGeeks reported that Larnaca-based Cobalt was experiencing financial trouble. The airline’s website has just been updated to inform passengers that all future flights have been suspended indefinitely. The airline’s main stockholder is AJ Cyprus, a company owned by Avic Joy Air, a Chinese company. With 49 percent…