Is there still a market for aircraft smaller than 50 seats? Issue 111 Apr/May 2017

Issue 111 Apr/May 2017

Aircraft with 30-50 seats used to comprise the core of regional fleets, but in recent years they have been superseded by 70-seat turboprops and 70-plus-seat RJs. Nick Preston considers levels of demand and potential markets for 30-seat and 50-seat types.

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