Trans States Airlines
Trans States Airlines was an American regional airline operating scheduled regional feeder services on behalf of United Airlines and American Airlines under the brands United Express and American Eagle respectively. Originally founded in 1982 as Resort Air, the company changed its name to Trans States Airlines in 1989 and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trans States Holdings, Inc. Trans States operated feeder services from its hubs at St Louis, Chicago, Washington Dulles, Denver, New York LaGuardia and Pittsburgh with a fleet of Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft.
Trans States Airlines cease operations on 01-Apr-2020 following 37 years of service, citing "unforeseen impact of the coronavirus".
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