Nepal carrier Shree Airlines has launched commercial passenger jet service following its acquisition of three Bombardier CRJ Series aircraft.  Bombardier said the airline commenced fixed-wing service with the first of two CRJ200s Aug. 11. Shree also acquired a CRJ700; all three aircraft were purchased from an unidentified third party. Shree plans to equip its CRJ700 with a six-seat business-class section. Until now, Shree Airlines has primarily been a charter helicopter service, based ...

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