Aircraft manufacturers and engine makers foresee larger aircraft in regionals' future
Given the competition and consolidation within the regional airline industry and volatile fuel costs, regional carriers are seeking ever more efficient flying, leading aircraft manufacturers and engine makers to rethink options for regionals in the near future. While it seems operators want larger regional jets and turboprops, there are still differing opinions about the need for the mid-market 50-seat jet and continued interest in the much smaller end of the spectrum, such as a ...
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