Photograph: Cape Air operates 48 Cessna 402Cs in the Northeast, Florida and the Caribbean. All are approved for single-pilot IFR flight. The company's highest-time aircraft has 18,000 hours. Despite all the talk about regional jet proliferation and the death of the 19-seat turboprop market, one operator continues to buck convention and even thrive with a fleet of 10-seat piston twins. The subject is Hyannis, Mass.-based Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, America's largest ...

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