SierraAir
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ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Mon Jun 11, 2007 6:09 pm

Does anyone have any information about the current breakdown of aircraft between Continental, Delta & independent ops? Anything would be considered helpful! Thanks!

Brian
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Mon Jun 11, 2007 6:28 pm

 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:03 am

There's an article about Expressjet in the July issue of Airways, as well as a great candid interview with Gordon Bethune about everything from Expressjet, Delta's post bankruptcy future, and Gordon's own future jobs prospects. Worth checking out.

From the Expressjet article in Airways Magazine:

Type #
EMB-135ER/LR ( 30 )
EMB-145ER/LR/XR ( 244* )

* 44 assigned to Expressjet Airlines; 15 to Delta Connection; 15 to Expressjet Corporate Aviation; all others assigned to Continental Express.

200 of Expressjet's 274 aircraft are assigned to Continental Express.
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:33 am

205 Aircraft - "Continental Express" (115 EMB-145LR, 60 EMB-145XR, 18 EMB-135LR, 12 EMB-135ER)

42 Aircraft - "Expressjet Airlines" scheduled "point to point" airline

18 Aircraft - "Delta Connection" based in LAX (14 EMB-145XR and 4 EMB-145LR)

9 Aircraft - "Expressjet Corporate Aviation" dedicated charter aircraft

The Corporate Aviation and scheduled Expressjet fleets consist of 30 EMB-145XR's, and 21 EMB-145LR's. The aircraft in these fleets are interchangeble save for a few aircraft that have the main door "airstairs" installed....those aircraft should stay charter only.
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 7:59 am

Sorry...should have been more specific. I'm wondering the breakdown of specific aircraft by registration and which is flying where... Anyone know?

Brian
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:06 am

From the Delta Livery list, came the 18 aircraft at Delta:

EMB-145LR:

N22909
N12569
N14570
N10575

EMB-145XR:

N11165
N12167
N14168
N14171
N12172
N14173
N11176
N14177
N14179
N14180
N11181
N33182
N16183
N11184
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:08 am

Quoting QFATWA (Reply 5):
From the Delta Livery list, came the 18 aircraft at Delta:

Thanks so much!! Exactly what I was looking for.

Does anybody have a list for the independent ops? Process of elimination would help me figure the Continental ops out for myself. Big grin Big grin

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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:08 am

Try www.ch-aviation.ch

and then Fleet Lists and then Express Jet

- it notes those that are Continental and those that are independent
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:55 am

Quoting QFATWA (Reply 7):
Try www.ch-aviation.ch

and then Fleet Lists and then Express Jet

Thank you for supporting our site. Here is the direct link: http://www.ch-aviation.ch/aircraft.php?search=set&airline=BTA&al_op=1

Our last update was on 2007-06-03, since then I have some more changes in our list:

N11551 Xjet division
N14558 Xjet division
N14176 ops as Delta Connection
N14177 ops as Delta Connection

[Edited 2007-06-12 19:09:08]
 
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:57 am

Quoting KAUSpilot (Reply 3):
42 Aircraft - "Expressjet Airlines" scheduled "point to point" airline



Quoting Viasa (Reply 8):
Our last update was on 2007-06-03, since then I have some more changes in our list:

N11551 Xjet division
N14558 Xjet division

Great site! Thanks for the link!

Hmm...so 18 down, 24 left unaccounted. Anyone seen any anywhere?

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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:19 am

Quoting SierraAir (Reply 9):
Hmm...so 18 down, 24 left unaccounted. Anyone seen any anywhere?

Brian

Re-read reply 3:



Quoting KAUSpilot (Reply 3):
205 Aircraft - "Continental Express" (115 EMB-145LR, 60 EMB-145XR, 18 EMB-135LR, 12 EMB-135ER)

42 Aircraft - "Expressjet Airlines" scheduled "point to point" airline

18 Aircraft - "Delta Connection" based in LAX (14 EMB-145XR and 4 EMB-145LR)

9 Aircraft - "Expressjet Corporate Aviation" dedicated charter aircraft

The Corporate Aviation and scheduled Expressjet fleets consist of 30 EMB-145XR's, and 21 EMB-145LR's. The aircraft in these fleets are interchangeble save for a few aircraft that have the main door "airstairs" installed....those aircraft should stay charter only.

205 + 42 + 18 + 9 = 274 aircraft
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Thu Jun 14, 2007 12:43 am

Just to be stupid and picky... but ExpressJet does NOT operate the EMB-145ER version. All of the original ER versions of that aircraft have been changed into EP variants.... gotta love when "airline" magazines screw up what they're talking about even though they're supposed to be "experts" on the subject.

ExpressJet operates:

EMB-135ER
EMB-135LR

EMB-145EP
EMB-145LR
EMB-145XR
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Thu Jun 14, 2007 4:59 am

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 10):
205 + 42 + 18 + 9 = 274 aircraft

True but I was talking about the independent ops. With 42 in the fleet and 18 accounted for, there's stil 24 'mystery' aircraft flying around.

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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:35 am

Quoting SierraAir (Reply 12):
True but I was talking about the independent ops. With 42 in the fleet and 18 accounted for, there's stil 24 'mystery' aircraft flying around.

Brian

I'm missing something... what 24 mystery aircraft????

XE has 274 planes... total... was supposed to have 275 originally.. but one was lost during a training accident long time ago... the plane actually still "flys" on the ground at the training center as a cabin simulator for F/A training and also the cockpit became a full functioning FTD for pilot training...

of the 274 line flying aircraft:

205 - Continental Express
18 - Delta Connection
42 - ExpressJet Airlines
9 - ExpressJet Airlines - Charter division




oh... re-reading... Brian, you're talking ExpressJet Airlines 24 tail numbers you are looking for?????? gotcha.. nevermind.

[Edited 2007-06-13 23:39:41]
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RE: ExpressJet Fleet Breakdown

Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:35 pm

Quoting ThePinnacleKid (Reply 13):
oh... re-reading... Brian, you're talking ExpressJet Airlines 24 tail numbers you are looking for?????? gotcha.. nevermind.

Okay good, at least I'm not as confusing that I sometimes think I am! Yes, that's what I'm looking for.

Does anyone know the tail numbers of the other 24 aircraft operating independently for XJet?

Brian

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