The Asia-Pacific region has long been a key market for widebody freighter aircraft. However, a handful of carriers around the Pacific are also finding niches for turboprop freighters, and manufacturers believe there is strong potential demand for such aircraft in the region. There have been very few airlines operating larger turboprop freighter or cargo combi models in the Asia-Pacific market in recent years. This is beginning to change, with Cebu Pacific and Hawaiian Airlines both looking ...

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