Japan Air Commuter converted an option for a Q400 turboprop to a firm order, bringing the total to 10 firm orders by JAC, the largest Regional airline in the Japan Airlines Group. Also, JAL signed a deal to acquire a CRJ200 to be operated by its wholly owned subsidiary J-AIR, which flies eight of the 50-seat aircraft.

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