LAM orders new aircraft


According to eTurboNews, Mozambique’s national airline, LAM, has announced the firm purchase of three Boeing B737-700NG aircraft with an option for another three.

The deal is worth about $228 million if the three options are converted into firm orders.

The new aircrafts will help LAM expand their operations and offer additional capacity and destinations from its main hub at Maputo International Airport.

LAM presently uses one B737-500 and two Embraer E190 aircraft and this latest order is set to double the number of aircraft on the fleet.