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ExpressJet Airlines
ExpressJet logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
EV ASQ ACEY
Founded1986
Ceased operationsSeptember 30, 2020
AOC #ASOA029B[1]
Operating bases
Frequent-flyer programMileage Plus
AllianceStar Alliance
Fleet size84
Destinations200+
Parent companyManaAir LLC, United Airlines
HeadquartersCollege Park, Georgia, U.S.
Key people
  • Subodh Karnik, Chairman & CEO
  • John Varley, SVP - Chief Administrative Officer & General Counsel
  • John Greenlee, Chief Financial Officer and SVP of Planning and Operations Control
  • Scott Hall, SVP of Flight Operations
Employees3,000
Websitewww.expressjet.com

ExpressJet Airlines LLC was a North American regional airline headquartered in College Park, Georgia that flew under the United Express brand for United Airlines. ExpressJet was a partially owned subsidiary of United Airlines. ExpressJet Airlines operated an all-jet fleet consisting of exclusively Embraer regional jet aircraft.

ExpressJet Domiciles

At the time of shutdown, ExpressJet operated all flights from one flight crew base located in Houston, Texas. Crew bases in Chicago, Illinois and Newark, New Jersey saw their last flights in September of 2020. ExpressJet had airport maintenance facilities in Cleveland, Ohio; Houston, Texas; and Knoxville, Tennessee. ExpressJet operated Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft. ExpressJet had a training center located in Houston, Texas.

History

United Express Embraer ERJ-145 ExpressJet ERJ-145 in Houston, Texas

The airline was established in 1986 and started operations in 1987. Its origins were in a group of small commuter airlines acquired by Texas Air Corporation / Continental Airlines. These included Bar Harbor Airlines in Maine, Provincetown-Boston Airlines in New England, Rocky Mountain Airways in Denver, Colorado, and Britt Airways in Terre Haute, Indiana. ExpressJet operates under the original Federal Aviation Administration Part 121 certificate issued to Britt, which began operations as Continental Express in April 1987 and was later acquired by Continental Airlines.[] ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. incorporated in 1996.[2]

ExpressJet was spun off from Continental in 2002. Afterwards the company began plans to move into a corporate headquarters location.[3] ExpressJet has over 8,000 employees. ExpressJet Holdings also owns American Composites LLC, Saltillo Jet Center, and InTech Aerospace Services. Together with other facilities throughout the U.S. they make up ExpressJet Services which provides third-party maintenance, repair and overhaul services for a variety of aircraft types. ExpressJet Holdings also has non-controlling interests in Wings Holdings LLC 49% and Flight Services and Systems Inc 44%.

Before ExpressJet became independent, it was headquartered in Continental Center I in Downtown Houston.[4][5][6]

Following a December 2005 decision by Continental to reduce ExpressJet's Continental Express flying by 69 aircraft, the airline elected to operate the aircraft independently. On December 31, 2006, the airline began its charter operation. It currently operates 6 aircraft for charter services under the Corporate Aviation Division. On February 5, 2007, the airline announced service to 24 cities in the west coast, southwest, and midwest regions of the United States beginning in April 2007.[7]

On April 2, 2007, the airline began point-to-point services under its own name from locations throughout the U.S. The airline had a total of 42 aircraft in their branded operation. According to ExpressJet CEO James Ream, LA/Ontario International Airport in Ontario, California (alternate airport to nearby LAX) would become the airline's "biggest center of operation".[8]

Continental Center I, Continental Airlines's headquarters in Downtown Houston, ExpressJet's headquarters

In March 2007, ExpressJet operated four of its Embraer 145 jets on JetBlue routes while JetBlue's Embraer 190 jets were being serviced.[9]

In June 2007, the airline began service at LAX to western ski markets and Mexico on behalf of Delta Air Lines under the Delta Connection banner using 10 EMB 145XR aircraft.[10] In July 2007, the agreement was increased to 18 aircraft. In July 2008, the agreement was terminated and ExpressJet ended all Delta Connection flying by September 1.[11] A few days after announcing the end of its agreement with Delta, ExpressJet announced on July 8, 2008, that it would also end its independent ExpressJet-branded flying on September 2 due to the oil price increases since 2003.[12] This resulted in the furlough of 347 pilots.

In September 2007, the airline agreed to provide feeder service for Frontier Airlines from Denver International Airport while federal certification for Frontier's Lynx Aviation turboprop subsidiary was underway. ExpressJet flew to 5 cities from Frontier's Denver hub using 50-seat ERJ 145 regional jets until Frontier's subsidiary, Lynx Aviation, received DOT approval in December 2007. As of December 7, ExpressJet discontinued providing feeder service for Frontier Airlines.[13]

On August 21, 2009, an incident occurred where passengers were forced to stay on a parked plane at Rochester, Minnesota, for six hours with no food and overflowing toilets. The airline crew tried over thirty times to call the contract carrier, Delta Connection, (which services the Rochester airport) to let the passengers off. The agents for the regional Mesaba Airlines refused. The Department of Transportation cited the main cause of the incident as the Mesaba Airlines station's refusal to park the aircraft.[14] However, Continental Airlines and ExpressJet were also fined for the part they played in the incident.

ExpressJet began a temporary contract with United Airlines to fly as a United Express carrier beginning in June 2009. The contract was for approximately 10 aircraft that operated out of United's O'Hare and Washington (Dulles) hub. The aircraft were flown in ExpressJet livery. The contract ended on September 2, 2009.

In late 2010 ExpressJet signed a multiple year contract with United Airlines for 22 ERJ-145 aircraft. The aircraft were flown, for the first time, in full United Express colors. Additionally, 10 more ERJ-145s; in ExpressJet colors, operated for United during the peak Summer travel season in 2010. The first flights under this new contract started December 1, 2009 and all 22 aircraft were in United Express service by Spring 2010.

In May 2010, ExpressJet began operating Branson AirExpress, non-stop air service between Branson, Missouri and Houston, Texas; Austin, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; Des Moines, Iowa; Shreveport, Louisiana and Terre Haute, Indiana; Chicago Midway and Indianapolis.[15][16] ExpressJet last flight operating under Branson Air Express was on Oct 30 2010.

ExpressJet operated its own point-to-point service with its main hub at LA/Ontario International Airport in Ontario, California. This service ended on September 2, 2008.

In April 2008, SkyWest, Inc. proposed an acquisition of ExpressJet at a price of $23.50/share. ExpressJet Holdings Inc. said its special committee unanimously rejected the proposal. SkyWest rescinded the offer in early June after ExpressJet Holdings and Continental signed a new 7-year Capacity Purchase Agreement. This proposal was ultimately not successful.

On November 12, 2010, the financial transaction between Atlantic Southeast Airlines (a subsidiary of SkyWest, Inc.) and ExpressJet was closed. Thus as a legal entity the original (legacy) ExpressJet airlines effectively ceased to exist. Atlantic Southeast Airlines continued to operate ExpressJet during that time under the terms of their then current operating certificate with the FAA as "ExpressJet Airlines" while a new name for the recently merged companies was being considered.

In October 2011, the employees of ExpressJet and Atlantic Southeast Airlines voted to keep the name ExpressJet as the combined airlines new name, while Atlantic Southeast's "Acey" callsign would remain.[17]

In October 2013, ExpressJet opened a new crew domicile in Kansas City, Missouri, at Kansas City International Airport.[18] ExpressJet also opened a crew domicile in Denver, at Denver International Airport.

In August 2017, as United Airlines purchase talks gained momentum Delta Air Lines terminated its contract with ExpressJet, which took effect in late 2018. The fleet of CRJ-900 aircraft, which were owned by Delta and leased, were transferred to Endeavor Air.[19]

American Airlines terminated their contract with ExpressJet in May 2018. As a result, ExpressJet ceased to operate American Eagle flights as of 2019.[20]

On July 30, 2020, it was announced that United Airlines decided to end its contract with ExpressJet and transfer these operations to fellow United Express affiliate CommutAir. CommutAir would become the sole operator of the United Express Embraer ERJ-145 fleet.[21]

On August 24, 2020, it was announced ExpressJet would end operations on 30 September 2020.[22] As part of the operational wind down ExpressJet had closed maintenance bases at Chicago O'Hare and Cleveland Hopkins International airports. Despite the lack of flying since the end of March 2020, the crew base in Newark never officially closed before systemwide operations ended. Likewise, the flight crew base in Chicago remained open until shutdown as the final revenue flight to O'Hare (Flight 3915 from Fargo) by ExpressJet was completed on September 2nd.

On 30 September 2020, ExpressJet Airlines flight 4001 from Memphis touched down at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston at 1:24 PM, parking 8 minutes later at Gate B87, concluding all ExpressJet Airlines operations.

AVIATE

United Airlines and ExpressJet had partnered to offer ExpressJet pilots a direct path to a First Officer position at United Airlines through the United Pilot Career Path Program called "AVIATE".[23]

The United AVIATE program guaranteed eligible ExpressJet pilots participation in United's hiring process and, once accepted into the program, the expectation that they would become a mainline United Airlines pilot. Through the program, United had committed to hiring a sizable portion of its new-hire pilots directly from ExpressJet.[24]

Destinations

ExpressJet operated flights to over 100 destinations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

City Country (Subdivision) IATA Airport Notes
Birmingham USA (Alabama) BHM Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
Huntsville USA (Alabama) HSV Huntsville International Airport
Mobile USA (Alabama) MOB Mobile Regional Airport
Fayetteville USA (Arkansas) XNA Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport
Little Rock USA (Arkansas) LIT Little Rock National Airport
Colorado Springs USA (Colorado) COS Colorado Springs Airport
Denver USA (Colorado) DEN Denver International Airport former Hub
Durango USA (Colorado) DRO Durango-La Plata County Airport Past destination
Grand Junction USA (Colorado) GJT Grand Junction Regional Airport Past destination
Gunnison USA (Colorado) GUC Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport Seasonal Service
Montrose/Telluride USA (Colorado) MTJ Montrose Regional Airport
Fort Walton Beach USA (Florida) VPS Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport
Jacksonville USA (Florida) JAX Jacksonville International Airport
Panama City USA (Florida) ECP Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport
Pensacola USA (Florida) PNS Pensacola Regional Airport
Sarasota/Bradenton USA (Florida) SRQ Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport Past destination
Atlanta USA (Georgia) ATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Past destination
Savannah USA (Georgia) SAV Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport
Chicago USA (Illinois) ORD O'Hare International Airport Hub
Moline USA (Illinois) MLI Quad City International Airport Past destination
Peoria USA (Illinois) PIA General Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport
Evansville USA (Indiana) EVV Evansville Regional Airport
Indianapolis USA (Indiana) IND Indianapolis International Airport
South Bend USA (Indiana) SBN South Bend International Airport
Cedar Rapids USA (Iowa) CID The Eastern Iowa Airport
Des Moines USA (Iowa) DSM Des Moines International Airport
Wichita USA (Kansas) ICT Wichita Eisenhower National Airport
Lexington USA (Kentucky) LEX Blue Grass Airport
Louisville USA (Kentucky) SDF Louisville International Airport
Alexandria USA (Louisiana) AEX Alexandria International Airport
Baton Rouge USA (Louisiana) BTR Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Lafayette USA (Louisiana) LFT Lafayette Regional Airport
Lake Charles USA (Louisiana) LCH Lake Charles Regional Airport
New Orleans USA (Louisiana) MSY Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Monroe USA (Louisiana) MLU Monroe Regional Airport
Shreveport USA (Louisiana) SHV Shreveport Regional Airport
Portland USA (Maine) PWM Portland International Jetport
Bangor USA (Maine) BGR Bangor International Airport
Detroit USA (Michigan) DTW Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Grand Rapids USA (Michigan) GRR Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Flint USA (Michigan) FNT Bishop International Airport Past destination
Lansing USA (Michigan) LAN Capital Region International Airport Past destination
Traverse City USA (Michigan) TVC Cherry Capital Airport
Minneapolis/St. Paul USA (Minnesota) MSP Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport Past destination
Rochester USA (Minnesota) RST Rochester International Airport
Columbus USA (Mississippi) GTR Golden Triangle Regional Airport Past destination
Gulfport/Biloxi USA (Mississippi) GPT Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport
Jackson USA (Mississippi) JAN Jackson-Evers International Airport
Columbia USA (Missouri) COU Columbia Regional Airport
Kansas City USA (Missouri) MCI Kansas City International Airport
St. Louis USA (Missouri) STL Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport
Springfield USA (Missouri) SGF Springfield-Branson National Airport
Lincoln USA (Nebraska) LNK Lincoln Airport Past destination
Omaha USA (Nebraska) OMA Eppley Airfield
Manchester USA (New Hampshire) MHT Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Newark USA (New Jersey) EWR Newark Liberty International Airport Hub
Atlantic City USA (New Jersey) ACY Atlantic City International Airport Past destination
Albuquerque USA (New Mexico) ABQ Albuquerque International Sunport
Hobbs USA (New Mexico) HOB Lea County Regional Airport
Albany USA (New York) ALB Albany International Airport
Buffalo USA (New York) BUF Buffalo Niagara International Airport
New York City USA (New York) LGA LaGuardia Airport
Rochester USA (New York) ROC Greater Rochester International Airport
Syracuse USA (New York) SYR Syracuse Hancock International Airport
Asheville USA (North Carolina) AVL Asheville Regional Airport Past destination
Charlotte USA (North Carolina) CLT Charlotte/Douglas International Airport
Greensboro USA (North Carolina) GSO Piedmont Triad International Airport
Raleigh/Durham USA (North Carolina) RDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Fargo USA (North Dakota) FAR Hector International Airport Past destination
Williston USA (North Dakota) XWA Williston Basin International Airport Past destination
Dickinson USA (North Dakota) DIK Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport Past destination
Bismarck USA (North Dakota) BIS Bismarck Municipal Airport
Minot USA (North Dakota) MOT Minot International Airport
Akron USA (Ohio) CAK Akron-Canton Regional Airport
Cincinnati, Ohio area USA (Kentucky) CVG Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Airport is in Kentucky
Cleveland USA (Ohio) CLE Hopkins International Airport Hub
Columbus USA (Ohio) CMH John Glenn Columbus International Airport
Dayton USA (Ohio) DAY Dayton International Airport Past destination
Oklahoma City USA (Oklahoma) OKC Will Rogers World Airport
Tulsa USA (Oklahoma) TUL Tulsa International Airport
Allentown USA (Pennsylvania) ABE Lehigh Valley International Airport
Erie USA (Pennsylvania) ERI Erie International Airport Past destination
Harrisburg USA (Pennsylvania) MDT Harrisburg International Airport
Philadelphia USA (Pennsylvania) PHL Philadelphia International Airport Past destination
Pittsburgh USA (Pennsylvania) PIT Pittsburgh International Airport
State College USA (Pennsylvania) SCE University Park Airport Past destination
Wilkes-Barre USA (Pennsylvania) AVP Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport
Providence USA (Rhode Island) PVD T. F. Green Airport
Charleston USA (South Carolina) CHS Charleston International Airport
Columbia USA (South Carolina) CAE Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Greenville/Spartanburg USA (South Carolina) GSP Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Myrtle Beach USA (South Carolina) MYR Myrtle Beach International Airport Past destination
Rapid City USA (South Dakota) RAP Rapid City Regional Airport Past destination
Sioux Falls USA (South Dakota) FSD Sioux Falls Regional Airport
Chattanooga USA (Tennessee) CHA Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
Knoxville USA (Tennessee) TYS McGhee Tyson Airport
Memphis USA (Tennessee) MEM Memphis International Airport
Nashville USA (Tennessee) BNA Nashville International Airport
Amarillo USA (Texas) AMA Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport
Austin USA (Texas) AUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Brownsville USA (Texas) BRO Brownsville/South Padre Island International Airport
College Station USA (Texas) CLL Easterwood Airport
Corpus Christi USA (Texas) CRP Corpus Christi International Airport
Dallas-Fort Worth USA (Texas) DFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Del Rio USA (Texas) DRT Del Rio International Airport Past destination
El Paso USA (Texas) ELP El Paso International Airport
Fort Hood USA (Texas) GRK Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport
Harlingen USA (Texas) HRL Valley International Airport
Houston USA (Texas) IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport Hub
Laredo USA (Texas) LRD Laredo International Airport
Lubbock USA (Texas) LBB Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport
McAllen USA (Texas) MFE McAllen-Miller International Airport
Midland USA (Texas) MAF Midland International Airport
San Antonio USA (Texas) SAT San Antonio International Airport
Tyler USA (Texas) TYR Tyler Pounds Regional Airport Past destination
Waco USA (Texas) ACT Waco Regional Airport Past destination
Burlington USA (Vermont) BTV Burlington International Airport
Norfolk USA (Virginia) ORF Norfolk International Airport
Richmond USA (Virginia) RIC Richmond International Airport
Roanoke USA (Virginia) ROA Roanoke Regional Airport
Washington, D.C. area USA (Virginia) DCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Washington, D.C. area USA (Virginia) IAD Washington Dulles International Airport Hub (airport is in Virginia)
Charleston USA (West Virginia) CRW Yeager Airport
Appleton USA (Wisconsin) ATW Appleton International Airport Past destination
Green Bay USA (Wisconsin) GRB Austin Straubel International Airport Past destination
Madison USA (Wisconsin) MSN Dane County Regional Airport Past destination
Milwaukee USA (Wisconsin) MKE Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport
Wausau USA (Wisconsin) CWA Central Wisconsin Airport Past destination
Halifax Canada (Nova Scotia) YHZ Halifax International Airport
Kelowna Canada (British Columbia) YLW Kelowna International Airport Past destination
Montréal Canada (Quebec) YUL Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Ottawa Canada (Ontario) YOW Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport
Quebec City Canada (Quebec) YQB Québec/Jean Lesage International Airport Past destination
Toronto Canada (Ontario) YYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport
Winnipeg Canada (Manitoba) YWG Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
Aguascalientes Mexico (Aguascalientes) AGU Lic. Jesús Terán Peredo International Airport
Chihuahua Mexico (Chihuahua) CUU Roberto Fierro Villalobos International Airport
Morelia Mexico (Michoacán) MLM General Francisco J. Mujica International Airport
Oaxaca Mexico (Oaxaca) OAX Xoxocotlán International Airport
Puebla Mexico (Puebla) PBC Hermanos Serdán International Airport
Tampico Mexico (Tamaulipas) TAM General Francisco Javier Mina International Airport
Veracruz Mexico (Veracruz) VER General Heriberto Jara International Airport

Fleet

As of September 2020, the final ExpressJet fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[25][26]

Corporate headquarters

Former Atlantic Southeast Airlines headquarters at A-Tech Center at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

ExpressJet had its headquarters in College Park, Georgia, in Greater Atlanta.[27]

ExpressJet previously had its headquarters in the North Belt Office Center IV, a building in the Greens Crossing office park, a 484-acre (1.96 km2) mixed-use office park; the office park is in the Greenspoint area of Houston.[2][28][29]

Former ExpressJet headquarters in Greenspoint, Houston.

ExpressJet was one of three tenants that leased space in the two-building, 107,200-square-foot (9,960 m2) North Belt Office Center complex, which includes buildings III and IV. FORT Properties manages both buildings. ExpressJet uses the location due to the proximity to George Bush Intercontinental Airport and to Continental Center I, the Continental Airlines headquarters in Downtown Houston.[2] ExpressJet had relocated its headquarters to its final Houston location by 2006.[30] FORT had acquired the buildings in 2007, which were built in 2003.[31]

Accidents and incidents

  • On May 1, 2013, Scandinavian Airlines Flight 908 that was readied for takeoff at Newark, an A330 bound for Oslo, Norway, was directly behind ExpressJet Flight 4226, destined for Nashville, Tennessee, on the taxiway and was turning right to get onto another taxiway when its wing clipped the ExpressJet plane's tail. No injuries were reported.[32][33]
  • On April 3, 2012, an ExpressJet Embraer ERJ-145, registration N15973, operating as Flight UA/EV-5912 from Peoria, IL to Denver, was landing on 34R in Denver when the aircraft hit the approach lights and stopped on the runway. Smoke developed inside the aircraft and passengers were evacuated onto the runway. One passenger was taken to hospital for treatment of his injuries.[88]

See also

References

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