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Express Air Cargo adds maiden aircraft

Posted 16 January 2017 · Add Comment

Tunisia's Express Air Cargo has taken delivery of its maiden aircraft, reports ch-aviation.

The B737-300 was positioned from Vilnius to Tunis Carthage International Airport on Friday, January 13. Configured in an all-freight layout, the twenty-nine year-old aircraft is powered by CFM56-3B2 motors. It will shortly be joined by B737-300 which is currently at Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen undergoing pre-delivery maintenance checks.

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