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    1 April, 2013
Mozambique Expresso (MEX) expands its fleet
 
Maputo, 1 Apr (AIM) - The air company Mocambique Expresso (MEX), a subsidiary of Mozambique Airlines (LAM), on Monday introduced a second Embraer-145 aircraft to its fleet. The first was introduced last February.

The new aircraft brings the total number of MEX’s fleet to six planes.

The Embraer 145 can carry 50 passengers. The plane can reach a maximum speed of 880 kilometres per hour, and can fly at over 12,000 metres.

The aircraft was acquired from Brazil through an agreement under which MEX is to pay a monthly instalment of 250,000 US dollars over the next six years.

According to the MEX Chairperson, António Neves, the new aircraft is expected to link domestic and regional destinations.

"We want to develop regional flights to countries such as Tanzania and Kenya," he said.

Established in September 1995 as the Special Operations Department of LAM Mozambique Airlines, the company became "Moçambique Expresso" (MEX) as an independent airline wholly owned by LAM.
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