The new U.S. owner of the 328JET program plans to focus on improving service for the existing fleet of 200 aircraft but could resume production of the twinjet in Germany as early as this summer. AvCraft Aviation CEO Ben Bartel said that since his company took control of the former Fairchild Dornier program five weeks ago, he has identified about 150 new prospects for the 328JET. He cited this as a testament to the aircraft's popularity despite the shutdown of production caused by the ...

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