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Precision Air (Tanzania) plans to increase fleet of 10 ATRs and B737s to more than 20 by 2016 as it aims to compete on domestic, regional and international routes.

posted Apr 11, 2011, 2:39 AM by Rowan Hewitt
Precision Air (Tanzania) plans to increase fleet of 10 ATRs and B737s to more than 20 by 2016 as it aims to compete on domestic, regional and international routes. 

Montenegro Airlines to obtain state-guaranteed loan for US$13.7 million to help add routes, buy new E195 and maintain its fleet of five F100s and three E195s.

Go! Mokulele (US) places three CRJ200s back into service, joining the other two in fleet, after unplanned engine maitenance forced carrier to cancel multiple flights. 
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