Showing posts with label Mauritania Airlines International. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mauritania Airlines International. Show all posts

31 March, 2019

Mauritania Airlines gets first Embraer E175

The soon to be Boeing's Brazilian factory, Embraer delivered the first of two new E175s to the Nouakchott-based Mauritania Airlines at a ceremony at the company’s Sรฃo Josรฉ dos Campos factory on March 28th

Mauritania Airlines has taken the new 76-seat, two-class aircraft as part of its fleet modernisation plans. The airline currently flies one ERJ145 and will take a second E175 some time during the second quarter of 2019.

The E175 is ideally-suited for the region, especially with its range, cargo capacity and dual-class layout. The new E-Jets will be used to add frequencies and expand the airline’s current 13-city network across western Africa.

(Picture Embraer)

21 December, 2017

Mauritania Airlines International Takes Delivery of 737 MAX8

 Boeing and Mauritania Airlines International today celebrated the delivery of the airline's new 737 MAX 8.  The Mauritanian carrier becomes the first operator of the new and improved aeroplane in Africa.

"We are proud to be the first carrier in Africa to operate the 737 MAX," said Mohamed Radhi Bennahi, chief executive officer of Mauritania Airlines International. "The introduction of the 737 MAX into the growing Mauritanian fleet will help to profitably grow our network as we introduce new routes to Europe and the Middle East."   

Founded in 2010, Mauritania Airlines International serves more than 10 destinations across Africa and Europe from its base at Nouakchott-Oumtounsy International Airport in Mauritania's capital city of Nouakchott.

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