Bombardier sold four Q400s to Nigeria's Arik Air, which will configure them with 10 business class and 62 economy seats. The aircraft are worth approximately $104 million at list prices. Arik currently operates four CRJ900s and three CRJ200s on seven domestic routes. CEO Michael McTighe said certain routes, especially Lagos-Port Harcourt, cannot be served with jets because of landing strip restrictions.

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