Q400’s Future Rests With Longview Subsidiary Viking Air

Credit: Bombardier
WASHINGTON—Bombardier’s agreement to sell the Dash 8, Q400 and the de Havilland name to Western Canada’s Longview Aviation Capital, parent company of Viking Air, ends a venture into regional turboprops that began in 1992 when it acquired de Havilland Canada from Boeing. Under the agreement announced...
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