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ANALYSIS: MRJ and E2 face contract hurdles​ at US majors

Recent vintage Bombardier CRJ900s and Embraer 175s dot the ramp at Ronald Reagan Washington National airport, the result of the last wave of pilot contract changes at US mainline carriers. But the limits of those contracts are already posing a problem for the next generation of large regional jets.

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