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story.lead_photo.caption Airlines say the new has worn off the Bombardier Inc. CRJ-200 50-seat jets, like this one.

The 50-seat jets once prized by carriers such as Delta Air Lines are being culled from U.S. fleets as higher fuel and maintenance bills make them too expensive to fly.

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Business, Pages 35 on 09/04/2010

Print Headline: Days numbered for 50-seat planes

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