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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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Can Bombardier’s Q400 Save Regional Air Service in the US?

    Can Bombardier’s Q400 Save Regional Air Service in the US?

MIAMI — America’s regional airlines, which are contracted by mainline airlines to provide feeder services at mainline hubs and once operated an army of 50-seat Bombardier CRJ-200s and Embraer E145s,

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Bombardier Wins Q400 Order From Horizon Air

    Bombardier Wins Q400 Order From Horizon Air

MIAMI — Horizon Air Industries, the regional partner for Alaska Airlines, announced a firm orderfor one Bombardier Q400 NextGen turboprop at the Farnborough Airshow on Tuesday in an order worth $32.6 million at

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Mesa Air to shut down go! Hawaii-based subsidiary

    Mesa Air to shut down go! Hawaii-based subsidiary

MIAMI — go! Airlines is set to go away for good in a few weeks’ time, on April 1st. Parent company and regional carrier Mesa Air Group announced the decision

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