Changing U.S. Regional Fleets Favor Larger RJs And E-Jets
The air travel downturn of 2020-21 has accelerated a shift in the U.S. away from small regional jets to larger, dual-class aircraft in the 76-seat category, a trend that was underway long before anyone had heard of COVID-19. The 50-seat regional jet (RJ) was a game-changer in the early part of the...
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