Indonesian regional carrier TransNusa Airlines has completed the phaseout of Fokker aircraft from its operational fleet and is preparing to receive more ATR turboprops. The airline sold its last Fokker 50 to Philippine carrier Leascor. Another aircraft of this type was sold to Leascor in December. Although TransNusa still has a Fokker 70 on its books, this aircraft has been parked and will be sold as soon as possible, an airline spokesman told ATW’s sister publication Aviation ...

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