The Tanzanian government has signed a firm purchase agreement for two Bombardier Q400s for commercial airline use, valued at $62 million at list prices. Announcing the order on July 27, Bombardier said the aircraft will be used for “commercial airline operations in the region,” but no operator was disclosed. Tanzanian Ministry of Transport, Works and Communication permanent secretary Leonard Chamuriho said the aircraft will be used to serve new destinations in Tanzania and the ...

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