A version of this article appears in the May 12 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Over the span of four decades, small airlines that fly prop aircraft to small-city destinations have morphed into something remarkably different. Now these carriers comprise a sizable aviation sector that provides half the flights of major airlines, often with large and sophisticated jets. After years of rapid growth, regional airlines have stabilized at about the pace of airline travel in ...
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