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Cronos Airlines boosts Embraer fleet

Posted 24 January 2017 · Add Comment

Equatorial Guinea's Cronos Airlines has wet-leased an ERJ-145 from privately-owned operator National Airways, reports ch-aviation.

The Brazilian twinjet joins the rest of Cronos Airlines' fleet of one A319-100 (leased from Olympus Airways, two ERJ-135s, one BAe 146-200, and one BAe 146-300 used on regular Malabo-Bata shuttles as well as flights to Cotonou, Lagos, Douala, Accra, and Port Harcourt Omagwa

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