De Havilland Aircraft of Canada told customers there will be no service interruptions now that its parent company has completed the acquisition of the Dash 8 program from Bombardier. Longview Aviation Capital finalized the process June 1 and resurrected the de Havilland brand by establishing the new subsidiary. De Havilland Aircraft will continue to produce the Q400 regional turboprop and support the more than 1,000 Dash 8-100/200/300s that are in service.  The company is focused on a ...

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