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Air Tanzania will add two CS300s and a Q400. (Photo Bombardier)

Air Tanzania to Get C Series

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December 2016In the December issue of Airliner World, we head to North Korea and the Wonsan Air Festival, the first event of its kind in the Hermit Kingdom. We also celebrate 50 years of Dutch operator Transavia, and we hear about <br>Filipino budget carrier Cebu Pacific Air’s bold expansion strategy. <br><br>Elsewhere in this edition, we go island-hopping around the Azores, we remember the Tupolev Tu-104, the aircraft that brought the Soviet Union closer together, and we find out how San José International Airport is capitalising on its position as the gateway to Silicon Valley. We also have a postcard from Turkey, featuring a selection of photos from the Istanbul Airshow, and we review the latest books, models and DVDs in our Duty Free section. <br><br>Lastly, we bring you our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including an eleventh-hour reprieve for Monarch Airlines, Airbus celebrates its 10,000th delivery, the British Government makes a decision on airport expansion in Southeast England and Qatar Airways places a multi-billion dollar deal with Boeing. <br>We also have all of our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs, and we give you the chance to win a year’s subscription in our caption competition. <br>

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