Hawaii’s Island Air completed its transition to an all-Bombardier Q400 turboprop fleet with the retirement of its last remaining ATR-72.  Island Air began its fleet conversion in January, with the acquisition of its first Q400 aircraft. Over the past eight months, the airline has been transitioning its five 64-seat ATR-72 aircraft out of service as new 78-seat Q400s took flight. Today, Island Air’s fleet features five Q400 aircraft that provide more than 400 flights each ...

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