The regional airliner teardown market is in transition, as first-generation jets are retired or parted out to support those repurposed for cargo service or second careers in niche passenger markets. Experts who watch this market report a definite shift during the past few years in the makeup of airframes that are reaching their sunset years and becoming sources for parts. To appreciate that, consider some statistics. Alton Aviation Consultancy projects approximately 100 regional jets will ...

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