LONDON—UK-based regional airline Flybe will focus its fleet on the Bombardier Q400 turboprop for the foreseeable future, the airline said. It confirmed plans to dispose of its nine Embraer E195s, which will leave the fleet by April 2020. After reviewing regional aircraft options, the Exeter-based company, Europe’s largest regional airline, concluded the Q400 is the best core aircraft for its current and future needs. The airline has said for some years that its fleet is too ...

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