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Embraer Begins Construction Of US$65 million Facilities in Evora, Portugal

posted Nov 25, 2010, 4:34 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 23 NOV 2010
 

Embraer begins construction of its US$65 million facilities in Evora Portugal. First unit for component manufacturing to be completed in 2011 with production starting 2013, while construction on second unit for metallic airframe structures to begin shortly. Source_1

Enugu International Airport (NG) to resume daytime operations in December 2010, says manager Chigbo Nwobu, as runway extension to 3 km started February 2010 nears completion. Source_1

Kisumu Airport (Kenya) extending its runway to 3.3 km with aim of attracting international flights. Source_1

Mozambique to issue US$300 million tender for new Pemba International Airport. Source_1

Investec Global Aircraft Fund (Australia) adds two A320-200s and one B737-700, acquired from GECAS, bringing its portfolio to 10 aircraft valued over US$600 million. Aircraft to be leased to Air Berlin (Germany), Shenzhen Airlines (China) and Vueling Airlines (Spain) for terms of five to six years. Source_1

Tanzania reports 2009 passenger traffic decreased by 3.5 percert to 1.25 million and international aircraft movements decreased by 14.4 percent to 24,262 flights. Source_1

Air CEMAC to be started as sub-regional transport company under MOU signed November 22 by South African Airways and Central Africa Economic and Monetary Community. Source_1

   CEMAC, SA airways to launch regional airline company (2010-11-22 21:52:13)

APA-Brazzaville (Congo) The Central Africa Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) and the South African airline company SAA-Airways on Monday signed a memorandum of agreement (MoU) for the creation of a transport company of sub-regional interest, Air-CEMAC.

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