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Comoros: Inter îles Air change name and wants to increase its regional service with int'Air îles

The Comorian airline Inter îles Air founded in 2008 changed its name and is now called int'Air îles, with a new logo to promote the business.
The company wishes in 2015 "to spread its wings to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Mahajanga in Madagascar Plaisance in Mauritius and Pierrefonds and Saint-Pierre of Reunion", as announced on its website.
As a reminder, the company currently has five planes: Cessna 4 (407, 207, and Grand Caravan) and two devices for rent (SAAB 340 and Embraer 110) for services to the Comoros Islands (Grande Comore, Anjouan, Moheli) and the French island of Mayotte.


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