Cardiff to deliver Air Djibouti 737-400

Air Djibouti has reported its plan to launch revenue services with a Boeing 737-400, with operations, which is set to be expanded with a 767-200ER, expected to undergo preparation in the UK, the company said.

Cardiff Aviation´s VVB Aviation Malta 737-400 departed St Athan airport in Wales on 9 August. After collecting additional air and cabin crew in Malta, the narrowbody arrived in the African nation two days later.

Following the aircraft´s introduction, Air Djibouti said it could wet-lease a BAe 146 or Avro RJ regional jet to build local services before its 767-200ER becomes available.