Air Madagascar has taken delivery of its first new Boeing 767-300ER, on lease from GE Capital Aviation Services. The General Electric CF6-80C2-powered 228-seat aircraft, which is the first 767 to be equipped with an in-flight entertainment system that was installed and certificated during aircraft production, is expected to replace a leased, secondhand 767-300ER which the airline has been operating since March last year.

Source: Flight International