Airlink introduces an additional flight between Johannesburg and Pemba
Photo: O País
Mozambique Airlines (Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique – LAM) has included a Boeing 737-700 aircraft in its fleet, replacing one temporarily operating with foreign registration and crew.
The new aircraft is operated by Mozambican crew – from pilots to flight attendants – but has entered service immediately, and without the traditional LAM livery.
A note from the company says the aircraft will get its LAM branding in due course.
The Boeing 737-700 has 132 seats, 124 in Economy Class and eight in Business Class.Source: O País
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