Japan Air Commuter (JAC) removed its last Bombardier Q400 from service Nov. 30 as the airline phases in ATR turboprops. The Japan Airlines regional subsidiary is adding ATR 42-600s and 72-600s to its fleet, including the first ATR 72 delivered to a Japanese carrier. The airline took delivery of its first ATR 42 last year, and added its first—and so far only—ATR 72 in October. JAC began 2018 with eight Q400s. Following the ...

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