Andreas Aks has a little problem. His boss has tasked him with finding an answer to a pressing question their company is facing: What aircraft will be best for the airline in the future for its widespread network of short and thin routes, so typical for the origins of regional aviation? Aks is deputy chief operating officer at Wideroe, a regional airline based in Bodoe, Norway. It has a large fleet of Bombardier Dash 8-100s, -200s and -300s that it sometimes operates on extremely short ...

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