Air Connection Express—a consortium of Angolan airlines, airport oversight and operations entities—has firmed an order for six Bombardier Q400 turboprops, valued at $198 million at list prices. The aim is to operate the Q400s on domestic flights under the Air Connection Express banner as a regional feeder airline to national flag carrier TAAG Angolan Airlines, a member of the consortium, Bombardier said. Air Connection Express was known as Angola Expresso prior to formation of ...

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