LYON, France—French regional airlines Twin Jet and Hex'Air plan to merge and to operate a fleet of 12 Beech 1900D turboprops to serve destinations in France, Germany and Italy. Technically, Fleet Management Airways, the majority shareholder of Twin Jet, is taking over Hex'Air. Twin Jet and Hex'Air operate 10 and two aircraft, respectively. “The merger will be effective by the end of the year,” Twin Jet CEO Guillaume Collinot told Aviation Daily. He is betting ...

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