From the November 9 Form 10-Q:
In July 2006, the Company announced that it had reached an agreement to operate forty-four 50-seat regional jets for Continental Airlines, Inc. Twenty of the aircraft are ERJ-145 regional jets that will be transitioned from the Company's current US Airways operations. The Company expects the remaining 24 aircraft to be used CRJ-200 regional jets,
acquired on short-term operating leases consistent with the terms of the Continental agreement. All 44 of the aircraft are expected to be placed into service for Continental between January and July 2007 and will be operated for terms that vary from two years to five years. Under certain conditions Continental may extend the term on the aircraft up to five additional years.
I understand on their quarterly earnings call it was mentioned the airline agreed to lease 12 CRJs and has a letter of intent to lease another 12 CRJs, of which 14 are ex-Independence Air aircraft.