Salisbury, Maryland-based Piedmont Airlines and its parent company, American Airlines, soon must make decisions about the future of the regional carrier’s Bombardier Dash 8 fleet. Some of its aircraft will reach a limit on how many cycles they can perform, while others eventually will run up against a federal mandate requiring updated cockpits. In a briefing last week at the Regional Airline Association (RAA) convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Piedmont president Lyle Hogg said ...

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