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Tunisia's Express Air Cargo outlines initial route network

Posted 5 September 2016 · Add Comment

Express Air Cargo has outlined its proposed launch network, due to come online during the last quarter of this year, reports ch-aviation.

Anis Riahi, the Tunisian start-up's Chief Executive Officer said that initial destinations in Europe will include Paris CDG, Cologne/Bonn, Milan Orio al Serio, and Malta while its North African network will consist of Algier and Casablanca Int'l. A weekly service to Dubai World Central will also be offered.

Express Air Cargo is awaiting delivery of a pair of ex-Yangtze River Express B737-300s - B-5056 and B-5057 - both of which are currently undergoing pre-delivery maintenance checks in Vilnius.

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