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Libyan Airlines Takes Delivery Of New A320 From Airbus

posted Jan 3, 2011, 12:12 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 31 DEC 2010

Arik Air (NG) interline talks in progress, says managing director Chris Ndulue. Source_1


Finnair Aircraft Finance (Finland) to sell one of its E170 to Alterhein Realco (Switzerland) with delivery in March 2011. Aircraft to be operated by Altenrhein Luftfahrt (Austria), operating under brand “Peoples Viennaline”. Sale arranged by Jetscape (US).


Libyan Airlines takes delivery of new A320 from Airbus, its third A320 in fleet. Sister carrier, Afriqiyah Airways (Libya) also takes delivery of new A320, marking its sixth A320 in fleet. Source_1


TAAG (Angola) and GE Aviation (US) continue investigation of incidents related to B777-200ER engines, according to head of managing board Pimentel Araujo and GE representative Cathertine Salas. Source_1


Nigerian Airspace Management Agency says airlines still with outstanding debts may be “axed” by beginning of January 2011. Source_1