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Madagascar: A third Boeing 737-300 of Air Madagascar is no longer blacklisted by the European Union




Madagascar: A third Boeing 737-300 of Air Madagascar is no longer blacklisted by the European Union
The national airline company of Madagascar, Air Madagascar, is still subject to operating restrictions in European airspace since April 2011, but these restrictions are starting to ease.
 
A Boeing 737-300 of the Malagasy national fleet, thus joined the other two devices of the same type allowed to fly in the sky of the European Union and leaves the B list established in 2005, which restricted the European space for aircraft on which are recorded deficiencies in terms of security.
 
Good news for those responsible for Air Madagascar who can use this Boeing 737-300 for greater services to the island of Reunion, a French department and submitted to the European aviation regulations.

"Two Boeing 737 were already on the list of allowed devices by the European Union. This is the third former presidential aircraft joined the fleet of Air Madagascar recently", says Hugues Ratsiferana, CEO of the company.
 
However, a measured satisfaction as both Airbus A340 of Air Madagascar are still prohibited from flying in European airspace.
 
Thus, for the air service of the European area, a large aircraft is registered in Iceland, with the command a registered professional crew in this country, as indicated in the Site lexpressmada.com.
 



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