Posted on: 28 September 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Airstream International has arranged the delivery of the first of two ERJ 145 aircraft to Semeyavia in Kazakhstan.
The aircraft, previously operated by BA Connect and Flybe, are the first western manufactured equipment to be operated by Semeyavia which has previously operated a small fleet of Yak 40 aircraft.
The aircraft have been acquired to operate domestic scheduled services based in the west of Kazakhstan predominantly between Almaty and Semipalatinsk. The intial aircraft completed its first revenue flight with Semeyavia on 24 September.
Airstream has completed transactions involving in excess of 60 ERJ 145 aircraft over the last several years.