Hawaiian carrier Island Air says it plans to use the Bombardier Q400 aircraft it has ordered for fleet expansion rather than replacement.   The airline – owned by Oracle founder Larry Ellison – has placed orders for two Q400s with options for another four.   These will add to its existing fleet of five ATR 72s, Island Air CEO Paul Casey says in a statement supplied to Aviation Week.   Casey says the two Q400s are scheduled to be delivered in November ...

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