Luxair ordered three 70-seat Q400s from Bombardier, worth $75.5 million at list prices. It also took three options. The company said last month that streamlining its fleet with the introduction of 70/90-seat aircraft was part of its effort to return its airline unit to profitability (ATWOnline, May 16). It will take delivery of the Q400s next year and use them mainly on routes to London, Paris, Frankfurt and Munich. Luxair said its tour company eventually will operate 3-4 737s while the ...

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