Pratt & Whitney Canada expects turboprops to increase in popularity despite the industry downturn and is well positioned to work with Bombardier on the stretched version of its Q400, according to Senior Manager-Marketing Communications Pierre Boisseau. Bombardier Commercial Aircraft President Gary Scott, speaking two weeks ago at the SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference in Los Angeles, said the manufacturer would be ready to deliver a 90/100-seat Q400 by 2013-14 ...

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