Turboprops are generating renewed interest from airlines just a few years after many industry players predicted their demise in the face of the invasion of regional jets, experts said yesterday during an ATWOnline webcast. Turboprops "have made a comeback," Meridian Aerospace Group President Bill Gardner said. "They've become pervasive again...I don't think operators are turning away from regional jets. I think they're revisiting whether it was a good idea to get rid of turboprops." Carriers ...

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