Bombardier Closes Sale to Ethiopian Airlines

January 2009
Assembly;Jan2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p30
This article reports on a contract signed by Ethiopian Airlines to purchase 8 Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners from Bombardier Aerospace. Valued at $242 million, the order increases total sales for the Dash 8/Q-Series aircraft program in 1980. The name was changed to the Q-Series aircraft program with the introduction of the proprietary noise and vibration suppression system of the company in 1996.


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