Aero Dili recently welcomed its first Airbus A320 on a two-year lease from DAE Capital. The airline plans to start international services soon by offering direct flights to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport. The A320 is 14-year-old and previous flew for Bangkok Airways. The aircraft was retired from its fleet in 2022. The aircraft underwent a revamp in Jakarta with a new Aero Dili livery. The aircraft has been reconfigured to carry 165 passengers. Aero Dili received its certificate of registration (COR) and certificate of airworthiness (COA) from the Civil Aviation Authority of Timor-Leste (AACTL) around March 2023. So far,

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