The suspension of commercial trade sanctions against Myanmar, coupled with a push by the country's civil aviation department for the operation of newer aircraft, is leading state-owned Myanma Airways to renew its fleet and expand internationally. Myanma Airways has signed a lease with GE Capital Aviation Services (Gecas) for two Embraer 190s for delivery in November and December, says Gecas. The aircraft, built in 2008, will be on seven-year leases and will be in a 100-seat ...

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