Air Nigeria is planning to buy two A330-200s and two 737 NGs to serve its expansion plans into Europe and America. The aircraft, which will increase the airline’s fleet from 11 to 15 aircraft, will be deployed on routes to the UK, Johannesburg, Dubai, Middle East, West and Central African countries. Managing Director, Kinfe Kahssaye, said each aircraft will cost $70 million. He said: “The year has been good not only for Air Nigeria, but for other domestic airlines. Last year, none of the airlines had a serious incident unlike in the past. We should give kudos to the Nigerian

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