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ACIA transitions four aircraft to Sahel Aviation Service

Posted 20 January 2021 · Add Comment

ACIA Aero Leasing (ACIA) has completed the transition of four aircraft to Sahel Aviation Service in Mali.

ACIA transitions four aircraft to Sahel Aviation Service in Mali.  Image ACIA

The deliveries include two Embraer ERJ-145s and two Beechcraft B1900D aircraft and took place over the last three months.  The aircraft will bring ACIA's total portfolio of aircraft on lease to SAS Mali to seven.

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