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Air Europa turns to Iberojet for problems with several Boeing 787s

Air Europa is no stranger to the problems that delays by aircraft manufacturers are generating in commercial aviation. The Globalia airline has had to turn to Iberojet, an Ávoris company, to carry out operations between Madrid and Havana, which has a daily frequency (Air Europa will say goodbye to the five Boeing 787s leased to Norse).

Specifically, Air Europa has signed a wet lease agreement, which consists of renting the aircraft with crew included, to operate said connection between April 14 and June 3.

The reason is that several of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners have suffered what is called AOG (aircraft ground), a term that refers to an aircraft being unfit to fly for technical reasons.

“This decision is adopted due to a sudden situation beyond the control of the company, forcing it to adopt a decision that allows safeguarding the interests of passengers,” they explain from USO.

The agreement will mean the return of Iberojet aircraft to Cuba, a destination to which it stopped flying on January 10 due to the collapse in vacation demand and the consequent drop in the profitability of the route (Iberojet ceases operations in Cuba).

Source: Preferente

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