Croatia Airlines ordered four 76-seat Q400s with options on two more, Bombardier announced. Firm orders are worth an estimated $105 million at list prices. The turboprops will replace three 48-seat ATR 42s in the airline's fleet, which also includes four A320s and four A319s. Croatia Airlines President and CEO Ivan Misetic said the Q400 was the "obvious choice for our shorter-range routes which require an increase in capacity and allow us to fly some of the longer routes which are not suited ...

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