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AMC Airlines begins B737 classic operations

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

Egypt's AMC Airlines has begun commercial B737-500 operations just over six months after its acquired three aircraft of the type from EgyptAir, reports ch-aviation.

Aside from the three B737-500s, AMC Airlines also operates a single B737-800, which is currently wet-leased out to fellow Egyptian operator, Air Cairo.

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