Although it has been fashionable to declare the death of the regional-jet market, recent trends suggest that not all deaths are created equal. The larger RJ market—Embraer E-Jets, Bombardier CRJ900s, for example—shows some stamina and growth, and even at the smaller end, some aircraft seem to be hanging on in service around the world while others are hitting the desert boneyards in record numbers. An analysis using the Aviation Week Intelligence Network Fleet database shows ...
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