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ExpressJet Airlines ceases operations; regional airline history – Business Insider – Business Insider

Thousands of jobs were lost on October 1 across the aviation industry but that day also saw the disappearance of an entire airline.

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Major US regional carrier ExpressJet Airlines ceased operations on September 30, the eve of aviation’s day of reckoning as federal relief funding through the CARES Act unceremoniously expired. 
Though its name isn’t instantly recognizable to most, odds are that you’ve flown on one of its flights if you’ve taken a regional flight in the past decade. It’s an airline that you can’t buy a ticket to fly on, doesn’t have any airport ticket counters, and doesn’t advertise its own flights, but still flew…

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