Fly Go-Air wetleases Beech 1900s
Fly Go-Air has wetleased a pair of Beech 1900Ds from partner Cemair as it plans to launch domestic services later this month in South Africa.
The carrier will fly from Johannesburg airport to Kruger Mpumalanga airport from 10th December.
CemAir has six Beech 1900Ds, built between 1992 and 1995, in its fleet along with three Beech 1900Cs and two Bombardier CRJ100s.
Flyglinjen Kristianstad wetleased a Fokker 50 (20207) aircraft with PW125B engines from Minoan Air. The 1991-vintage aircraft was purchased by Minoan Air in April this year from First Prop Aviation.
Freedom Airlines Express leased an Embraer 120RT (120247) aircraft with PW118 engines from Hampton Crystal. The 1991-vintage aircraft was last operated by Capital Airlines (Nigeria).
Seaborne Airlines purchased a Saab 340B (336) aircraft with CT7-9B engines from PL2. The 1993-vintage aircraft was last operated by Calm Air.