Air Greenland Mulls Fleet Change Beyond 2015

Air Greenland is considering replacing its single Airbus A330-200 with two narrowbody aircraft beyond 2015 when the carrier’s leaseback arrangement for the aircraft ends, says Jacob Nitter Sorensen, director of operations for the Nuuk, Greenland-based carrier. The A330 is used for passenger service...

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