Secondary Market Takes Pressure Off Smaller RJs
A year ago in this space, the Embraer regional jet (ERJ) family’s prognosis was summed up in two words: slow fade. As U.S. carriers—the major drivers behind the 50-seat RJ’s climb—revamp their strategies to include larger narrowbody aircraft operating fewer flights, the pace of that fade should pick...
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