Airline updates Mozambique & Namibia

   LAM Mozambique carrier expands

State owned airline LAM has recently added two more aircraft to its fleet, a Boeing 737-500 and an Embraer 190.With 9 seats in Business Class and 85 seats in Economy Class, the E190 has the same two-cabin configuration found on LAM’s Boeing 737s. 

In the first quarter of 2013, two Embraer 145s will be acquired. According to LAM's CEO Marlene Manave these new aircraft will be operated by its subsidiary MEX-Mozambique Expresso, and will be based in the cities of Tete and Nampula “in order to allow an integrated response to the various poles of development in Mozambique”.

Air Nambia New Aircrafta

 AAir Namibia has taken delivery of the first of two new Airbus A319-100 aircraft delivered this week to Hosea Kutako International Airport west of the capital, Windhoek.