Bombardier has gained a second customer for its 90-seat Q400, as the Canadian manufacturer revealed that China’s Industrial Bank Financial Leasing Co. (CIB Leasing) has converted half of its standing order for 10 CRJ900 jets to five of the recently certified 90-seat version of the Q400 turboprop. While the loss of five CRJ900s sends Bombardier’s backlog for the aircraft down below the 60 threshold the model reached as of the end of June—which was its highest backlog level ...

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