in Aerospace

Bombardier receives order for six Q400s

Posted 1 April 2019 · Add Comment

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that a customer, who has requested to remain unidentified at this time, has signed an order to acquire six new Q400 aircraft.



Based on the list price of the Q400 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately US$202 million.

Fred Cromer, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, said: “The Q400 aircraft offers the perfect balance of passenger comfort and operating economics while maintaining its unmatched range and speed advantage versus other turboprops.

“The demand for turboprop aircraft worldwide is tremendous and the Q Series aircraft are ideally positioned to meet the needs of regional airlines as they offer a unique ability to serve diverse and challenging environments. The Q400 offers the lowest seat costs amongst turboprops, with an enhanced passenger experience and a proven 99.5 per cent reliability.”

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Aurigny opts for OASES from Commsoft

Guernsey-based Aurigny Air Services Ltd has chosen OASES, Commsoft’s MRO IT system, to support its fleet of Embraer, ATR and Dornier aircraft.

NCA publishes Annual Plan 2019/20

Informed by its enhanced understanding of the evolving threat to the UK from Serious and Organised Crime (SOC), the National Crime Agency (NCA) last week published its Annual Plan for 2019/20, setting out its operational priorities for

Avinor reappoints Helios for operational support

Avinor Air Navigation Services, the biggest air navigation service provider in Norway, has reappointed Egis aviation, led by Helios, under a five-year framework contract for provision of consultancy and engineering services.

Global problems to be tackled by UK from space

A new UK space industry directory has been produced, showcasing the range of UK expertise in satellite technology and how it can help tackle problems such as illegal deforestation, disaster response and food production.

Airbond wins second coveted Queen’s Award

Airbond is celebrating securing the Queen’s Award for Innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for business success – for its new patented, splicing technology, making it the second Queen’s Award the company has achieved, having won

First ‘marsquake’ captured by UK sensors

The NASA InSight lander which is supported by the UK Space Agency has recorded its first candidate for a ‘marsquake’.

ODU 0201311219
See us at
ARAS BT2802140519SMIFAVWS BT1302060619