Linhas Aereas Mocambique has taken delivery of the first of up to four Embraer 190s. The Mozambique flag carrier, whose fleet is based on Boeing 737-200s, has two E-190s on firm order and purchase rights for two others. Maputo-based LAM's aircraft is configured in two classes, featuring nine business-class and 84 economy-class seats. Embraer says the airline intends to operate the aircraft on domestic services to Nampula and Pemba, as well as regional flights to Angola, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania.

Linhas Aereas Mocambique E-190 
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Source: Flight International