Yemenia expands its fleet

Yemenia, the state airline of Yemen, has reported purchased two Airbus A330-200s for delivery next year. The US$190 million deal was financed by International Lease Finance Corporation.

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By  Neil Denslow Published  June 12, 2003

Yemenia, the state airline of Yemen, has reported purchased two Airbus A330-200s for delivery next year. The US$190 million deal was financed by International Lease Finance Corporation.

In a statement released to Reuters, the airline said that the aircraft would service the airline's European and Far East routes.

Yemenia, which is owned by the government of Yemen and Saudi Arabia's national airline, currently has 12 aircraft in its fleet. Four are Airbus A310s, while the rest are Boeings.

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