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Air Algérie adds first B737-800P2F

Posted 13 August 2018 · Add Comment

Air Algérie has taken redelivery of its first B737-800(P2F) following its conversion into a freighter with STAECO in Jinan, China, reports ch-aviation.

Air Algérie currently operates two B737-700s as well as a Lockheed Hercules for its dedicated cargo needs.

 

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