Johannesburg-based CemAir signed a letter of intent (LOI) to order two Bombardier Q400s valued at $65 million at list prices. CemAir CEO Miles van der Molen cited the turboprop’s “impressive short runway performance” as a reason for the order, which he said will help the carrier “support our growth and increase connectivity in South Africa.” The aircraft would become the sixth and seventh Q series turboprops in CemAir’s fleet, but its first Q400s. The ...

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