Check out Regions Air:
RegionsAir flies for American Airlines byoperating 19 seat planes flying passengers from 100 smaller communities to a hub for American Airline, St. Louis. The company primarily serves smaller markets. RegionsAir offers business-class service with its fleet of Jetstream turboprop planes, which feature leather seating and enough headroom for passengers to stand up. RegionsAir, formerly known as Corporate Airlines, was started in 1996.
Wonder if 10 smaller markets in New England could join to attract a "RegionsAir" operation here?
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