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Eritrean Airlines switches capacity providers

Posted 8 June 2017 · Add Comment

Eritrean Airlines has switched wet-lease capacity providers, reports ch-aviation.

The Eritrean state-owned carrier had been using B737-500 from Alexandria Airlines as of May 28, but is now using A321-200 wet-leased from YanAir.

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