Ethiopian Airlines, with 11 Bombardier Q400s, is the only African operator with a double-digit fleet of the aircraft.
Much of the focus on Bombardier centers on its CSeries effort, and rightly so—the manufacturer’s entry into the small narrowbody market is seen as the key to its commercial aircraft division’s future. But while the Canadian aircraft maker’s priority may be to push its newest aircraft through the certification phase and into service, it has not halted progress on its established initiatives—including the Q400. Bombardier in August delivered its first ...
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