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TAAG (Angola) expects to take delivery from Boeing of two B777-300ERs in June 2011 to operate on direct routes from Luanda to Beijing and evenutally US.

posted May 11, 2011, 11:53 PM by Rowan Hewitt
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Embraer in talks with LIAT (Antigua) over E190 sale. Carrier also in talks with Bombardier and ATR to replace its current fleet with more efficient models.

TAAG (Angola) expects to take delivery from Boeing of two B777-300ERs in June 2011 to operate on direct routes from Luanda to Beijing and evenutally US. 
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