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Punto Azul takes delivery of its first Embraer Jet 145

Posted 19 April 2013 · Add Comment

Punto Azul has taken delivery of the first of its three Embraer Jets at Malabo airport in Equatorial Guinea.

Flown in from Lanseria Airport in South Africa, the 50 Seater Regional Jet was received by the airline staff led by Punto Azul general manager Rene Janata among other dignitaries and airports management officials.
 
“We are finally realising our aspirations of offering our esteemed guests unrivalled service with the delivery of this aircraft.” said Janata. “Over the next few days we will announce the introduction of our services with domestic flights to key domestic destinations like Bata and Mongomeyen. From the start we will remain firmly rooted in our founding principles of safe, reliable and regular operations”.
 
The second and third ERJ145 aircraft are expected in Malabo in less than a month’s time, at which the airline will scale up operations to cover key regional destinations in the Central/West African region.
 

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