Regionals look to the used market, Issue 9 Jan/Feb 2000

Issue 09 Jan/Feb 2000

Used aircraft have become an accepted means of acquiring capacity for an
increasing number of regional airlines. This is explained by used aircraft
having low lease rates and similar cash operating costs to new aircraft.
Contrary to popular perception, there are few used turboprops available.

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