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Last seen on: –Wall Street Journal Crossword – Mar 6 2019 – Spinning Yarns
New York Times Crossword 18 Jun 17, Sunday
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PSA Airlines, Inc. is an American regional airline headquartered at Dayton International Airport in Vandalia, Ohio, that flies under the American Eagle brand for American Airlines. PSA is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group. PSA has crew bases in Washington, D.C.; Knoxville, Tennessee; Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Dayton, Ohio. It has maintenance bases in Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio and at the Akron–Canton Airport in Green, Ohio.
As of October 2013, PSA Airlines employed 1,080 people. The airline operates 569 daily flights in 68 cities as American Eagle for American Airlines.
Named after its owner Vee Neal Frey, Vee Neal Airlines was established in 1979 and began initial operations from Latrobe, Pennsylvania. In May 1980, the operation was expanded to include scheduled air services between Latrobe and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with a Cessna 402.
Between June 1980 and 1982, Henry Fish and a John P. Leemhuis lobbied civic and business leaders in the Erie, Pennsylvania area to raise venture capital to expand Vee Neal Airlines. After receiving financing, 6 Jetstream aircraft were ordered to fashion a route system that would ensure air service links on a nonstop basis to key cities. In December 1983, the airline was renamed to Jetstream International Airlines (JIA) after it took delivery of its first two Jetstream aircraft. Within a year of renaming the airline, it relocated its maintenance department and corporate headquarters from Latrobe to Erie, Pennsylvania.