Bombardier CRJ1000. Photo: Courtesy, Bombardier. Bombardier revealed it will deliver a dual-class Q400 to an existing customer this summer and also is touting the better-than-expected performance of its first CRJ1000s in service. Briefing reporters last week at the Regional Airline Assn. Annual Convention in Nashville, Senior VP-Commercial Aircraft Eric Martel said the dual-class Q400 will have 71 seats with 64 in coach and seven in a three-abreast layout in first/business class. He ...

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