Bombardier yesterday announced the sale of four CRJ700 NextGens plus four options to an unidentified carrier and an order for three Q400s from ANA. The firm CRJ order is worth $146 million at list prices. The ANA deal represents the conversion of three previously held options and is valued at $80 million. Delivery will begin in 2010. The carrier said it will sell one of its current 14 Q400s and replace its F50s.

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