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Air Tanzania leasing a South African CRJ100

Posted 8 June 2017 · Add Comment

Air Tanzania is supplementing its current all-turboprop fleet of one Dash 8-300 and two Dash 8-400s with a CRJ-100, reports ch-aviation.

The Tanzanian state-owned carrier is wet-leasing ZS-CMH from South African ACMI/charter specialist CemAir.

AIr Tanzania is in the process of re-launching its operations following President John Magafuli's decision to revamp the East African state's moribund public institutions last year.

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