Seventeen years after it ceased operations, a revived Uganda Airlines has ordered four Bombardier CRJ900s and agreed to purchase two Airbus A330-800neos, the two manufacturers said July 18. Bombardier’s announcement, issued from Montreal, said Uganda Airlines’ CRJ900 order is valued at about $190 million. The new aircraft will be configured with 12 first class and 64 economy class seats, and will be the first CRJs in Africa to feature Bombardier’s recently introduced ...

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