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Chabahar Airlines adds maiden MD83

Posted 24 February 2017 · Add Comment

Iran's Chabahar Airlines has acquired a maiden MD-83, reports ch-aviation. EP-CBI was added to the carrier's books in late December but has yet to be deployed into service.

Chabahar Airlines also owns another McDonnell Douglas twinjet - MD-82 EP-CBA, which is currently in service for Taftan Air Lines.

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