Aerotask has successfully facilitated Kam Air’s acquisition of their second ATR 42-500.
This latest acquisition concludes the two-aircraft transaction, with the first having been delivered in November 2018.
This ATR 42 was formerly operated by Oman Air and was procured on a finance lease from an EU-based aircraft lessor.
With the introduction of these first ATR 42-500s, the only aircraft of their type operating in Afghanistan, into Kam Air’s existing fleet of 11 aircraft, the privately-owned airline aims to increase the competitiveness of their domestic service offering while simultaneously stimulating additional demand.
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