Tailwind Capital delivered in May the first Bombardier CRJ-200LR regional jet converted for business aviation use. The Redmond, Wash.-based aircraft financing consultancy, bought its first CRJ-200LR on speculation, said CEO, President and founder Joel Hussey. “Bombardier’s Challenger 850 is an aircraft that is still in production and the CRJ-200 LR is very close in configuration, he noted. The difference between our Tailwind and the Challenger 850 is an auxiliary fuel system, said Hussey. ...
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