Canadian operator Jazz Aviation Thursday took delivery of the first of at least 15 Bombardier Q400s to fulfill capacity obligations for Air Canada’s feeder network. Jazz’s new Q400 is part of an order from last year that includes 15 firm orders and options on a further 15 turboprops. The first batch of 74-seat aircraft, which is expected to be delivered by July 2012, will replace 50-seat Bombardier CRJ200s currently providing feed for Air Canada. Joseph Randell, Jazz’s president ...
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