North Africa-based Air Algérie has signed a memorandum of understanding at the Dubai Air Show for three Airbus A330-200 passenger aircraft. The new aircraft, which are part of the carrier’s growth plans, will be deployed on medium- and long-haul routes from its hub in Algeria. Air Algérie has already ordered a total of five Airbus A330s, which have all been delivered. Air Algérie CEO Boultif Mohamed Salah said, “We are expanding our commercial strategy to ...

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