Charter and scheduled airline Germania will receive its first new Airbus 319 from the airframer on April 13, a spokeswoman says. The aircraft will be the first in a series of five new A319s scheduled for delivery as replacements for the airline’s fleet of five Boeing 737s. Germania says the new aircraft will join A319s already in service, which Germania started operating in early March after obtaining the aircraft from charter airline Hamburg International. Germania first announced ...
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