First Passenger Flight Lands On Island Of St. Helena
LONDON—The remote British island territory of St. Helena has welcomed its first passenger flight, although regular revenue operations are still some way off. A chartered SA Airlink Avro RJ85 regional airliner with 60 passengers touched down at the island’s newly built airport on May 3, transporting...
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