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Our long-standing partnership with United Airlines began in 1992, and we are proud to continue to represent the United Express brand more than two decades later. Today, Mesa operates 20 Bombardier (CRJ-700) and 48 Embraer E175 aircraft for United.


Washington Dulles (IAD)

CRJ-700 Hub and Crew Base

 

Houston Bush Intercontinental (IAH)

E175 Hub and Crew Base

 


United Seats
Mesa operates the Embraer 175 under the United Express brand. The 76-seat dual-class configuration features 12 First-Class, 16 Premium Economy and 48 Coach seats. The aircraft has Inflight Wi-Fi connectivity, leather seating and electric outlets in First Class. The E175 is an ideal size to replace regional jets too small for a market or larger, single-aisle aircraft too large for a city pair.

In addition, Mesa operates the Bombardier CRJ700 as United Express. The dual-class 70-seat configuration includes 6 First-Class and 64 Coach Seats. The CRJ700 offers Wi-Fi connectivity, leather seating and is recognized as one of the most fuel-efficient aircraft in the industry.

For information on United Express, go to United.com


Embraer 175 Seat Layout