A second ATR 72-600 aircraft is to be introduced to the Eastern Airways fleet following its delivery from the production line in Toulouse, France. The regional airline commissioned two new aircraft last year. The first, MSN 1448, arrived in September 2017. The modern 72-seat aircraft will join the existing ATR 72-600 on the Aberdeen to Scatsta (Shetland Isles) oil contract charter services. Tony Burgess, Chief Operating Officer at Eastern Airways, said: “We have invested in two new ATR 72-600 aircraft as they are ideally suited for the airports we fly to and the environments we operate in. “Since we took
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