Who bought the Q400s?

WSurf

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It ain't Piedmont. First they can't buy anything on their own. Second US Airways is cutting capacity down. Third, Piedmont is scoped out of them. Fourth, getting Piedmont Q400 would make too much sense.
 

sstearns2

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The Q400 rumor has been floating around skywest for a while now. Maybe it's true, but Jerry would never do it with only 5 airplanes of a new type.

Scott
 

Lilah

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The Q400 rumor has been floating around skywest for a while now. Maybe it's true, but Jerry would never do it with only 5 airplanes of a new type.

Scott
It's a typo....should have been 50 (with 50 options), but I'm not allowed to say anything.

Cheers!
 

Thurman Merman

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(I don't think it's Colgan, when I worked there they were going to option 15 with another 15 waiting in the wings. Here at ANA we're supposed to be getting Nextgens sometime in the future but I hadn't heard anything beyond that.
 

at7driver

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I think its petair... only the best for your pooch..

na just kidding asa is replacing the atrahs with the Q
 

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Skywest, announced tomorrow at the earnings call. You can tell them you heard it here first! ;)
 

propsarebest

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I heard it was Cape Air...

BOS-ACK single pilot with a paying passenger in the right seat.
 
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