Pluna CRJ900. Courtesy, Bombardier Spanish charter carrier Cosmo Airlines has paid $137 million for seven Bombardier CRJ900s from Uruguay’s liquidated Pluna (PU) at a government auction (ATW Daily News, Sept. 14). Cosmo plans to use the aircraft on its Central and Eastern European services, expanding its current fleet of two Airbus A320s. Cosmo has a priority status through Nov. 1 to negotiate parallel route rights granted to PU or give them up, opening the doors for ...

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