Air Botswana has received the first of two Embraer E170s as the southern African carrier rebuilds its fleet. The first regional jet arrived in December and the second is scheduled for delivery around March. Both aircraft, which are being purchased rather than leased, were previously operated by oil company Saudi Aramco and are about eight years old. The E170s will initially operate between the Botswanan capital Gaborone and Cape Town, South Africa. Other routes have yet to be ...

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