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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 a Q400 NextGen assembly line in Russia was put on hold

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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 tally in our show wrap-up. Lessors Dominate Headlines: The majority

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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 half of the day remained quite busy, especially with Boeing’s

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ALC Orders 7 ATR 72-600; Udvar-Hazy Encourages 90+Seat ATR

    ALC Orders 7 ATR 72-600; Udvar-Hazy Encourages 90+Seat ATR

LONDON — Air Lease Corporation (ALC) signed an order for seven ATR 72-600 turboprops on Tuesday that was previously marked on the books as undisclosed. The order extends ALC’s current backlog

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ATR Has Big Day, Books Up to 75 Order for ATR 42-600

    ATR Has Big Day, Books Up to 75 Order for ATR 42-600

MIAMI — Turboprop passenger-plane maker ATR scored a firm order for 25 firm airplanes plus 50 options from lessor Nordic Aviation

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Airbus Leads Boeing in Singapore Airshow Orders

    Airbus Leads Boeing in Singapore Airshow Orders

MIAMI — Airbus is on top at the 2014 Singapore Airshow, commanding a healthy lead in orders over rival Boeing,

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