Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has concluded an agreement with Estonia’s Regional Jet OÜ, to partly replace short-haul capacity being lost by the downsizing of current provider Jet Time Regional Jet OÜ will fly four ATR 72-600 turboprops on behalf of SAS from August. The move comes following Danish airline Jet Time’s decision to cut its turboprop fleet as it attempts to reorganize after experiencing financial difficulties. Regional Jet OÜ, owned by Nordic Aviation ...

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