Bombardier’s agreement to sell the Dash 8, Q400 and the de Havilland name to Western Canada’s Longview Aviation Capital, parent company of Viking Air, ends a venture into regional turboprops that began in 1992 when it acquired de Havilland Canada from Boeing. Under the agreement announced by Bombardier, Longview will receive all assets and type certificates associated with the Dash 8 program and will assume responsibility for the worldwide support of more than 1,000 aircraft in ...


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