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Paris Air Show: ATR Climbs to 1,500 Orders, Launches New Cabin Options

    Paris Air Show: ATR Climbs to 1,500 Orders, Launches New Cabin Options

PARIS — Despite of being a +30 year-old program, ATR is reaping benefits from its -600 series family aircraft. The maturity and popularity of the 42 and 72 variants is well known

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Paris Air Show: 2015 a Slow Year for Orders

    Paris Air Show: 2015 a Slow Year for Orders

PARIS —  As morning rose on day four of the 2015 Paris Air Show, perhaps the biggest news is that there was really very little big news to be had

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Paris Air Show: ATR Pushes High-density, High-efficiency Turboprops

    Paris Air Show: ATR Pushes High-density, High-efficiency Turboprops

PARIS — While the U.S. market has turned away from small, efficient turboprops in recent years, they have found homes with niche operators in North America. The lone example of

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Flashback Friday: 30 Years of the American Eagle Brand

    Flashback Friday:  30 Years of the American Eagle Brand

MIAMI — American Airlines branded its regional operations under the American Eagle name over 30 years ago.  Moreover, between 1998 and 2014, American Eagle operated as an airline with the call

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Turboprops: Making a Comeback?

    Turboprops: Making a Comeback?

MIAMI — If you look at the ramps on the regional sides of hub airports across the United States, you will see

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Flashback Friday: A Look at Continental and Other Airlines at Newark in the 1990s

    Flashback Friday: A Look at Continental and Other Airlines at Newark in the 1990s

MIAMI — In the early 1990s, the largest tenant at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) was Continental Airlines, and it

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Bombardier Q400 Program Head Discusses Cargo Combi; Q400X

    Bombardier Q400 Program Head Discusses Cargo Combi; Q400X

MIAMI — We sat down with Simon Roberts, Vice President and General Manager of Turboprops and Toronto Operations for Bombardier

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Program Analysis: Bombardier’s Q400 Struggles May Persist

    Program Analysis: Bombardier’s Q400 Struggles May Persist

MIAMI — Bombardier faces an uncertain future for its Q400 turboprop after its Joint Venture (JV) with Rostec to place

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Farnborough 2014 Takeaways and Order Tally

    Farnborough 2014 Takeaways and Order Tally

MIAMI — With the 2014 Farnborough air show now formally wrapped up, our team talks takeaways and the final order

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Farnborough Today: Wednesday July 16

    Farnborough Today: Wednesday July 16

LONDON — The business end of the 2014 Farnborough airshow has largely wrapped up by the end of Wednesday. The first

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