Avion Aircraft Trading, which is partly owned by Air Atlanta Icelandic parent HF Eimskip, signed an MOU with Airbus yesterday for six A330-200Fs with deliveries slated for 2010 and 2011. "Its payload range characteristics will open up new possibilities for our airline customers paired with very attractive operating costs," AAT CEO David Masson said. The -200F can carry up to 64 tonnes of cargo and has a range of 4,000 nm. in standard configuration.

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