Turboprops May Suffer From Passengers’ Earlier Experiences

Credit: ATR
Let’s face it: Most travelers in the U.S. who flew on turboprop aircraft in the 1990s and early 2000s do not have pleasant memories. My wife talks about the prospect of another turboprop flight as just a cut above flying on a hang glider all the way from Washington to New York. My most vivid memory...

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