INDIA'S SPICEJET TAKES BOMBARDIER'S FIRST 90-SEAT Q400

Indian LCC SpiceJet has taken delivery of the first 90-seat version of Bombardier's Q400 turboprop, the manufacturer said Sept. 21. read more

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