Algeria’s National Investment Fund (FNI) has confirmed that Air Algérie will fund its latest order for eight 737-9 MAXs and seven A330-900s and two A350-100s to be delivered between 2025 and 2026. The state financial partner has signed a credit agreement with the airline, although no further details on the structure of the loan agreement were disclosed. The FNI is a public financial institution responsible for helping to finance investment by granting loans to companies or by taking equity stakes in partnership with local companies or foreign investors.
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