A new future for the de Havilland Q400

Credit: Rob Finlayson
The de Havilland name has been absent from commercial aviation for three decades. The last Comet retired from airline service in 1981, and de Havilland Canada ceased to exist after it was acquired by Bombardier in 1992. Now the storied brand is set to make a comeback after Canada’s Longview Aviation...

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