Recently reborn De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd. left the Dubai Airshow with commitments that translate into better than a year’s worth of Dash 8-400 production. More important, the Dubai success represents votes of confidence from a variety of customers in the company’s ability to thrive as a commercial aircraft manufacturer. De Havilland was arguably Dubai’s biggest commercial aviation sector surprise, unveiling orders and letters of intent (LOI) for 37 aircraft from ...

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