Air Djibouti Gets Its First Aircraft

Credit: Cardiff Aviation
BRUSSELS—Air Djibouti is set to resume commercial service next week after taking delivery Aug. 11 of its first Boeing 737 at Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport. The 737 is leased on an aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance basis from VVB Leasing Malta, a subsidiary of U.K.-based Cardiff...

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