Air Madagascar said it launched its new domestic subsidiary, Tsaradia, on July 2, pushing ahead with a key part of the turnaround plan it is undertaking with strategic partner Air Austral. Tsaradia has a fleet of four ATR 72s and three DHT Twin Otters and will fly to 10 destinations from its hub in the Madagascan capital of Antananarivo. Earlier this year, Air Madagascar and Air Austral set out plans to align their fleets, jointly developing their Saint Denis de la Reunion and Antananarivo ...

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