Courtesy, Felix Airways Yemen’s first privately owned airline, Felix Airways (FO), is set to launch a fleet renewal program, moving away from its low-cost carrier (LCC) business model. FO said it will replace its two Bombardier CRJ200s with Q400 NextGen turboprops for its domestic services, resulting in reduced fuel costs and 50% more seating capacity. The carrier also plans to acquire two Airbus aircraft—either the A319 or A320—to replace a pair of Bombardier ...

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