Air Mauritanie, which ceased operations last month, has been liquidated owing to its inability to pay off $2.7 million in debt related to aircraft leased from ILFC. Two 737-700s are grounded in France while one F28 and one 727 have been stored at Nouakchott, leaving Mauritania without a national carrier for the time being. A new airline called Mauritanie Airways is scheduled to start operating Nov. 8. That company will be owned 51% by Tunisair, 39% by Groupe Boumatou and 10% by the ...

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