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  • Republic puts off decision on CSeries order

    ​Republic Airlines has put off making a decision on its order for 40 Bombardier CSeries aircraft for the time being, says chief executive Bryan Bedford.

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  • Republic seeks Miami-Cozumel authority for American

    News | 24 Nov 2014 21:39 | Edward Russell

    ​Republic Airlines plans to expand its American Eagle operations to flights between Miami International airport and Cozumel, Mexico, in 2015.
  • American continues Envoy cuts with plan to transfer 50 ERJ145s

    News | 21 Nov 2014 22:03 | Edward Russell

    ​American Airlines will begin transferring 50 Embraer ERJ145 regional jets operated by its subsidiary Envoy to other regional carriers in March 2015.
  • Republic to take over American flights to Belize City

    News | 20 Nov 2014 16:41 | Edward Russell

    ​Republic Airlines is seeking authority to fly to Belize, as it expands its network with partner American Airlines at Miami International airport.
  • Southwest to add Kansas City-New York link

    News | 11 Nov 2014 15:52 | Edward Russell

    ​Southwest Airlines will add new nonstop service between Kansas City International and New York LaGuardia airports in April 2015.
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    News | 10 Nov 2014 10:20 | Olivier Bonnassies

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  • CSeries not in Republic’s long-term operations plans

    News | 29 Oct 2014 22:01 | Edward Russell

    ​Republic Airlines would need two operating certificates to fly the Bombardier CSeries under any of its contracts with mainline carriers, confirms chief executive Bryan Bedford today.