Taiwanese carrier Uni Air, a division of EVA Air, plans to order new turboprops to replace its aging Bombardier Dash 8-300 aircraft. An EVA Air spokeswoman says Uni Air management has been speaking to turboprop manufacturers. “They have been evaluating for quite a long time, but a decision has not been made yet,” she says, adding that “they are looking to make a decision this year or early next year.” Uni Air has eight Dash 8-300s that are used on domestic routes in Taiwan, mostly ...

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