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Pomerantz flyers, he loved the solitude and challenge of working with airplane engines. She was thirty-seven, he twenty-three, though that didn’t matter to them. He acted older than his age and she acted younger than hers. Both came with Delta pedigrees, Fech’s mother once a stewardess, Price’s father a career mechanic. They were drawn to each other by the circumstances of their lives. She’d gotten divorced, his engagement had broken off, and now they shared positions at the low end of the ASA totem pole.
The ASA gate area filled with waiting passengers, many departing on different flights, yet through the same gate. It made for a noisy, harried setting, the usual commuter frenzy. Passing time, a few Gulfport passengers took note of one another. 42 • Gary M. Pomerantz David McCorkell, a thirty-seven-year-old divorced computer trainer, noticed a young woman in jeans and T-shirt, Renee Chapman. He thought her attractive in just his kind of way, informal, down to earth, no heels or makeup. He wondered, in passing, about her background.
In 1975 commuters carried 7 million passengers. As small and midsized cities across the nation became economic engines during the 1980s, the commuter industry, largely through revenue-sharing agreements with the majors, reached out to those cities’ hub-and-spoke operations and prospered as never before. Commuters, reinvented as “regional airlines,” carried 26 million passengers in 1985. Ten years later, they carried 57 million. S. communities offering scheduled air service depended exclusively on regional airlines.