Air Madagascar has ordered three ATR 72-600 turboprops in a deal worth approximately $77 million, and is leasing two more of the type from Ireland-based Elix Aviation Capital. The first of the two leased aircraft was formally delivered Wednesday, with the second due to arrive next month. The three purchased turboprops will be delivered from 2017. The arrival of the aircraft will enable Air Madagascar to renew and expand its fleet of ATRs, which currently consists of one ATR 42-500 and two ...

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