French Polynesian regional carrier Air Tahiti is considering procuring jets so it can expand international routes from its home base of Papeete, CEO Manate Vivish told ATW on the sidelines of this week’s IATA Aviation Day in Mauritius. The carrier is evaluating the Airbus A220-100 (formerly the Bombardier CS100) and Embraer 195-E2. “We are thinking about a maximum of a 100-seat aircraft. As a first step, we would order two aircraft,” Vivish ...

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