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Bombardier CRJ commences operations with Shree Airlines

Posted 17 August 2017 · Add Comment

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft's CRJ Series aircraft have commenced operations with Shree Airlines to launch their new regional jet service.



“We are pleased to welcome Shree Airlines to the worldwide family of CRJ Series aircraft operators,” said David Speirs, Vice President, Asset Management, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “The CRJ Series aircraft have been instrumental in revolutionizing regional route networks, and we are confident that Shree Airlines will achieve much success as it launches fixed-wing operations in the regions of Nepal with two CRJ200 aircraft and one CRJ700 aircraft.”

The Nepali carrier commenced service with its first CRJ200 aircraft on 11th August 2017.

“We are continuously looking for optimal solutions to address the increasing transportation demands in Nepal, and the launch of our new regional jet service with the CRJ200 and CRJ700 aircraft represents a significant milestone in our growth journey.” said Anil Manandhar, Corporate Manager, Shree Airlines. “With its proven efficiency and reliability, the CRJ Series aircraft will allow us to improve domestic transportation, and will be a key asset in helping Shree Airlines expands its operations to the regional markets in the future.”

Shree Airlines have acquired all three CRJ Series aircraft from a third party. The CRJ Series regional jets share commonality benefits that provide flexibility to operators and allow them to optimise their fleets to meet specific market demands.

The CRJ Series aircraft family includes over 120 owners and operators flying people in over 90 countries, and the worldwide fleet has logged 50 million flight hours.

 

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