Great Plains Airlines, based in Tulsa, Okla., leased three Fairchild Dornier 328 turboprops from debis Air Finance after the carrier failed to finance four 328JETs on order. CEO David Johnson said Great Plains was still interested in the jets, but would have to find financing for the planes. The three 328 turboprops will be used for additional frequency on the routes Great Plains flies with two 328JETs, as well as for starting service to a new destination. Great Plains needs to ...

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