Turboprop Efficiency Has Users Holding On

The average retirement age for turboprop aircraft is creeping up and the pace of retirements is decelerating—in contrast with the general pattern for commercial jets—with high fuel prices heightening the appeal of the propeller-driven flyers and manufacturers creating programs to extend their lives...

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