CommutAir Flight 4916, Operating as United Express, Returned to Newark Airport

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NEWARK, N.J., July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — CommutAir flight 4916, operating as United Express, from Newark to Baltimore, MD, returned to the Newark Airport this morning for a mechanical issue. The aircraft landed safely, and the passengers disembarked without incident. Customers continued their journey aboard a new aircraft. CommutAir’s maintenance department will evaluate the aircraft.

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About CommutAirCommutAir, operating as United Express, was founded in 1989 and is majority owned by Champlain Enterprises Inc. Today CommutAir operates more than 900 weekly flights to more than 30 destinations, with Bombardier Q200/300 and Embraer ERJ145 aircraft, from bases in Newark, NJ, and Washington-Dulles. CommutAir’s 800+ employees are well known in the industry for fostering a family culture and a friendly work environment. More information is available at www.flycommutair.com. Email us at [email protected], or call (440) 779-4588 ext. 371.

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