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Smaller planes, bigger demand - Asian aviation devolves.
Saturday, 1st March 2014
Source : Martin Kelly

For once, aviation heavyweights Airbus and Boeing stood in the shadows as smaller manufacturers such as Embraer, Bombardier and ATR took the spotlight at the recent Singapore Airshow.
The tier-2 aircraft makers signed orders worth more than USD5 billion for their regional jets and turboprops at Asia's leading aviation marketplace headlined by a landmark deal for Embraer's E-Jet E2.
The Wall St Journal reports that the surge in orders for commuter aircraft with less than 130 seats speaks to a new trend in Asia  where carriers are looking to open up new city pairs previously considered uneconomic by airlines using larger aircraft.
It cites Nok Air CEO Patee Sarasin, who said the Thai carreier had decided to use both large and small aircraft in its fleet so "that it could create create new routes and then dominate them by being the first mover".

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