Japan and Taiwan continue to fuel the expansion of regional turboprop sales in Asia, but everyone is keeping an eye on China. De Havilland said it has made its first Dash 8-400 sales with an order for six and options for six by Great China Airways of Taiwan. The Taipei-based airline, which is 20% owned by EVA Air, will take the 400B series seating 78 passengers. President Peter Szu said the airline intends to replace its fleet of 12 Dash 8-300s eventually because with 56 seats they ...

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