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Sama Plans Fleet Expansion For 2009


Saudi-based low-cost carrier Sama plans to lease up to five new aircraft in 2009, thereby expanding its fleet to 12. The Saudi low-cost carrier will however, wait for lease rates to decline further in 2009 before finalising the deals. Sama will also take on at least four aircraft on a wet-lease arrangement to cope with extra demand during the time of the Hajj pilgrimage in December.


Source: www.ameinfo.com

 

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