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TAAG (Angola) and Arik Air (NG) sign MOU to launch direct flight between Luanda and Lagos via Port Harcour, from 1Q 2011.

posted Dec 21, 2010, 12:06 AM by Rowan Hewitt

Daily News for 20DEC2010            www.aviator.aero

Fly 540 Kenya offers to acquire East African Safari Air (Kenya).   

TAAG (Angola) and Arik Air (NG) sign MOU to launch direct flight between Luanda and Lagos via Port Harcour, from 1Q 2011.   

AerCap (Netherlands) enters into debt facilities totaling US$291.3 million for ten aircraft, and two additional facilities for corporate purposes totaling $75 million.   

Ethiopian Airlines took delivery of second B777-200LR from Boeing on 19 December.   

Air Mauritius took delivery of third ATR72 on 18 December.   

Austral Lineas Aereas (Argentina) to take delivery of eighth and ninth of 20 E190s on 23 December.

EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering adds capability for A330-200/-300 with CF6 engines, B757-200/-300, B767-200/-300 and E190/-195 aircraft.   

Spot Air (Egypt), operator of two A320-200s and two B737-800s in VIP configuration, to begin also operating business jets under new AOC EU Air, in 2011.   

EgyptAir to resume flights between Cairo and Erbil during early 2011, after 20 years hiatus.   

Egyptair concludes new codeshare agreement with Scandinavian Airlines SAS, offering three flights weekly from Copenhagen to Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg.   

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