66 CRJ-200's (contract ends March 2018, will fly these aircraft for United moving forward, lift is being replaced by PDT in PHL and PSA in DCA).
20 ERJ-175's. These aircraft are flown out of an LAX base and are owned by AA outright. The contract ends in 2019 and there is speculation that Envoy will open an LAX base and absorb these aircraft.
33 CRJ-700. Currently being shifted to PSA as staffing allows.
39 ERJ-175. Originally 40 orders with 90 options. 4 options converted for a total of 44 aircraft due. AA has hit the ceiling of it's large RJ scope clause, placing the future of these options in doubt. *Insight here would be huge*.
66 ERJ-145. Being transferred to Piedmont at a rate of 2 a month. Unknown if all will eventually go.
0 ERJ-140. Being brought back into service starting July 2017, unknown as to why or what the long term prospects are for these airplanes.
I don't know much about XJ's future with AA, but they do have a small fleet with DFW base, not sure it's viable long term. With XJET's ownership by Skywest, I wonder if the flying will be moved over.
64 CRJ-900: Don't know who owns these airplanes, PHX base.
11 Dash 8 -100
12 Dash 8 -300: Being replaced with ERJ-145's. Pilots are being displaced onto the 145.
26 ERJ-145: Coming at a rate of 2/month from Envoy, initially quoted 40 airplanes, unknown if that will increase or be supplemented by -140's.
30 CRJ-700: Being transferred from Envoy. I think PSA would be the top candidate to take XJet's flying out of DFW, however they don't have a base anywhere near there.
84 ERJ-175's - Seems stable, I think republic owns these aircraft, but I do not know. Some AA outstation bases like MCI are due to close, could lose some flying out of MIA to Envoy with Envoy's new base there.
35 CRJ-700 - could be a candidate to take Xjet's DFW flying
15 ERJ-145 - small contract,
The wholly owned regionals have a large market share, but not massive. With Scott Kirby gone, I don't know Doug Parker's opinion of RJ's and wholly owned regional subsidiaries. SK was pro RJ and pro contract lift (non W/O).
All insight welcome.