CommutAir, which operates as Continental Connection out of Plattsburgh, NY, signed an agreement with Continental Airlines to increase service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. It will expand its fleet by up to 16 turboprops. Spokesperson Joel Raymond told ATWOnline that the Regional is looking at Q Series aircraft from Bombardier as well as Saab 340s. No final decision has been made on the type, but Raymond said the carrier expects to be operating the new aircraft by late 2006 or ...

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