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Austral Lineas Aereas (Argentina) takes delivery of first two E190s out 20 ordered from Embrear in May 2009.

posted Sep 17, 2010, 5:50 AM by Rowan Hewitt

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Ethiopian Airlines appoints Tewolde Mariam, formerly COO, as new CEO, succeeding Girma Wake.

Vic Falls Airways (Zimbabwe) reaches agreement with lessor ArrivAir (US) for one B767-200 (serial 23107) with delivery November 15. Carrier directors Moses Hunga and Masiiwa Table say operations to start after receiving AOC and acquiring sufficient capital, now reduced to US$3.5 million.

Austral Lineas Aereas (Argentina) takes delivery of first two E190s out 20 ordered from Embrear in May 2009.

Sukhoi Superjet 100 successfully completes certification static testing program

Startup Cameroon Airlines Company aka CamairCo plans to make inaugural commercial flight to Paris in March 2011, according to general manager Alex Van Elk. Carrier to launch with two B767s and two B737s.

AirBaltic (Latvia) carried overall 361,085 passengers in August 2010, up 21 percent compared with same month in 2009, when airBaltic transported 298,610 passengers.

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation (Japan) enters production drawing phase for MRJ and remains on schedule for first flight in 2Q 2012, and first delivery in 1Q 2014.

Comair (South Africa) plans to expand services to Mozambique and Tanzania by end of 2010, following delivery of two B737-800s on long-term lease earlier this year.

COMAC (China) and Bombardier (Canada) executives meet in Shanghai to discuss possible future cooperation.

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