Austrian Airlines Group ordered four Q400 NextGens plus two options, Bombardier announced. Firm orders are worth $118 million at list prices and are due for delivery in 2010. They will be operated by Tyrolean Airways under the Austrian Arrows brand. Arrows currently operates 12 Q300s, 10 Q400s and 12 CRJ200LRs. AAG also purchased four Q400s from SAS Group and will phase out its last two Dash 8-300s and two CRJ200s.
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