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Propeller planes making a comeback
A French-Italian company banks on turbo-propeller aircraft to make savings over more expensive jets.
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Propeller planes are staging a comeback as airlines look to make savings over more expensive jets.
In the heart of France's aviation industry, Toulouse, a company jointly owned by the French and the Italians notched up record sales last year, selling 157 turbo-propeller aircraft to 18 different airlines around the world.
Al Jazeera's Peter Sharp reports from Toulouse.
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