Nine-Seat Limit On Beech 1900D A Struggle For Great Lakes

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Commuter carrier Great Lakes Airlines is asking the FAA to increase the number of passengers it can legally fly on its Beechcraft 1900D twin-turboprops, in order to make its small community services economically viable. In early 2014, the airline converted its 19-seat 1900Ds into nine-seat aircraft...

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