Regional airlines thrive while the big boys cut back
from USA Today
As the recession takes its toll on the airline industry, the major network airlines are cutting capacity by grounding their 100- to 150-seat narrow-body airplanes and, in many cases, replacing them with 50- to 70-seat regional jets or turboprops flown by regional airline affiliates.
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