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  • PICTURES: Algerian airlines Tassili and Air Algerie take new Boeings


    Algeria's Tassili Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft. It is the first of...


  • Tassili Q400 being repaired at Flybe after glitch during delivery


    A Bombardier Q400 being delivered from the manufacturer's Toronto plant to Algerian operator Tassili Airlines is...


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  • PICTURES: Algerian airlines Tassili and Air Algerie take new Boeings

    News | 06 Apr 2011 11:06

    Algeria's Tassili Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing Next Generation 737-800 aircraft. It is the first of four aircraft that the airline...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURES-Algerian-airlines-Tassili-and-Air-Algerie-take-new-Boeings-355247/
  • Tassili Q400 being repaired at Flybe after glitch during delivery

    News | 16 Nov 2007 10:36 | Mary Kirby

    A Bombardier Q400 being delivered from the manufacturer's Toronto plant to Algerian operator Tassili Airlines is undergoing repair after one of its landing-gear...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Tassili-Q400-being-repaired-at-Flybe-after-glitch-during-delivery-219617/
  • Ambitions in Africa

    News | 05 Dec 2000 00:00

    <p>Among the world's worst performers, some North African airlines are looking forward to a brighter future</p> <p>Hilka Birns/CAPE TOWN </p> <p>WHILE MOST African airlines rank among the world's poorest performers, the north of the continent is home to a clutch of carriers which are generally paying their way, modernising their aircraft fleets and looking towards a more competitive future. Spanning Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Sudan, the region is geographically part of Africa, but has strong historic and cultural ties with Europe and the Arab world. </p> <p>Leading North African carrier EgyptAir ranked 60th in the world last year in turnover terms, with sales of about $1 billion, making it Africa's second largest airline after South African Airways. Royal Air Maroc (RAM) and Tunisair rank next, with sales of around $600 million and $500 million respectively, while Air Algerie, Sudan Airways and Libyan Arab Airlines have been hamstrung by political turmoil and/or inthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Ambitions-in-Africa-123354/