Popularity of small regional jets wanes, Bombardier halts production

11/3/2005 | USA Today

Regional jets with 50 seats have fallen out of favor with airlines, causing demand for the planes to drop. Many passengers disliked the planes' small cabins. Manufacturer Bombardier last week said it would halt production. Airlines used the planes on routes where the number of travelers could not support large jets.

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