Southeast Asia Becomes A Major Turboprop Market

Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
Eight years ago, Southeast Asian-based airlines had just 29 turboprop airliners in the 70-seat class. Since then the fleet has more than tripled to 106, with ongoing orders making the region one of the most important for the turboprop sector. More remarkably, this growth has happened, and is...

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