U.S. Regionals Still Expect New Jets From Embraer And Mitsubishi

Credit: Mitsubishi
As U.S. regional carriers fear they may soon have trouble finding pilots, they and their legacy airline partners are increasingly turning to larger aircraft such as the 76-seat Embraer E175 and the Bombardier CRJ900. But while that strategy works today, there is concern the next crop of regional...

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