Fort Lauderdale-based Silver Airways could have as many as 18 Saab 340B+s in its fleet within the next 12 months under a strategy to become the largest U.S. operator of the aircraft in North America, CEO Darrell Richardson tells Aviation Week. Under Richardson’s leadership, the airline, formed last year from the remnants of Gulfstream International Airlines’ operations, is replacing many of the 21 Beechcraft 1900Ds that were a legacy of the Gulfstream takeover. Initial plans called for ...
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