United And Bombardier Plan Reconfigured Large RJ

Credit: Sean Broderick/AW&ST
Turning cramped 70-seat regional jets into more spacious 50-seat aircraft addresses a major short-term need for United Airlines—adding premium seats to its growing regional fleet while complying with labor-contract limitations—and gives Bombardier a glimmer of hope of stimulating additional demand...

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