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Aviator.aero Daily News 14 OCT 2010

posted Oct 15, 2010, 12:32 AM by Elaine Bell


Potomac Aviation (US) lists nine aircraft: three ERJ135 available for sale or dry lease with one for immediate delivery and two for November 2010 delivery; also, one Saab 340B and one DHC8-300 available for sale or dry lease, plus two F27-500, one SD360-200 and one DHC8-200 available for sale, each with immediate delivery. See www.aviator.aero for details.

Rwandair authorized to fly between Kigali and Lusaka by Zambia government. In addition, Zambian carrier to soon start flying route.

Antonov (Ukraine) signs LOI for six new AN148s with Ukraina State Aviation Enterprise; delivery of four commercial aircraft during 2011 and two VIP aircraft during 2012.

Zodiac Aerospace (France) reportedly to locate joint venture for MS-21 interiors supply in Ulyanovsk.

Phoenix Aircraft Leasing (Singapore) lists two DHC8-100s available for sale or lease with immediate delivery. See www.aviator.aero for details.

AirBaltic (Latvia) carries overall 318,807 passengers in September 2010, representing 16 percent increase compared with same month in 2009.

CAA of Brazil reports total air traffic grew 30 percent in September 2010 from year earlier to 6.09 billion passenger kilometers.

Bombardier sucessfully joins composite wing to composite wing box on new CSeries.

Embraer and Air Lease (US) sign final agreement for acquisition of 15 firm E190s, with first delivery scheduled for June 2011. Order includes five of 15 orders re-confirmable, and additional five options.