I took a quick look into your airline and can only say that there is no way you can recover, nor would it have worked out in the first place, even if all your birds were flying. ROA is not a good place to start an airline from, especially if you are going after small airplanes.
Itīs very hard to survive first monthīs losses with an Embraer fleet anyway, but ROA has no potential for them at all. There are no fitting routes to nearby airports where you can fly them at least 5-6 times a day. Starting with Atlanta was another mistake ,too, because slot costs are way too high for a young airline and for Embraer routes anyway. Just try to calculate how long you would have to fly with good revenues only to pay them ! If you try a start with a 30-seater, look out for an airport, where typical routes for this aircraft are abundant.
(Tip: open up route planning and start searching for nearest routes first, not for biggest airports !)
Another thing is starting with 5 aircraft right away, you paid too much money for leasings and slots already, nothing is left for the first hard year, where your planes donīt fly in any positive revenue.Be patient, start slow and keep always money in your hands for those costs you will face.....