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Azman Air adds three B737-800s to its fleet

Posted 7 January 2021 · Add Comment

Nigeria’s Azman Air has commenced its growth strategy plan of 2021 by adding three B737-800s to its fleet.

Image: Azman Air via Facebook 

The carrier also said it plans to add another Airbus A340-600, and five regional aircraft to its fleet this year.

 

This comes after the airline recently announced it will launch international flights to Dubai, Jeddah and China.

 

Based at Mallam Aminu Kano International, Azman Air currently serves only domestic destinations within Nigeria.

 

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