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Skyworld Aviation sells second ERJ 145 aircraft to Mwant Jet

Posted 6 September 2021 · Add Comment

Skyworld Aviation has announced the sale of a second ERJ 145 aircraft to Mwant Jet of the Democratic Republic of Congo.


Image: SkyWorld Aviation

It is the second recent jet sale of a ERJ 145 for the company with both aircraft previously operated in the UK.  The latest one was transferred to Kinshasa on September 3.


Skyworld said: “We are pleased to continue our relationship with Mwant Jet which has its operational base in Kinshasa. Both ERJ 145’s will fly alongside corporate aircraft, serving mining contracts, charter services, government contracts, as well as scheduled services.”

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