Air Malawi (Blantyre) is flying again after encountering difficulties with its aircraft. The debt-ridden state airline was grounded for eight days from November 16-24 according to this report by the DefenceWeb.
The lease for Boeing 737-2K9 7Q-YKX (msn 23405) with Bravo Capital Limited expired during this period and the company was searching for another aircraft for the Johannesburg route.
The single ATR 42 was also grounded due to “prolonged maintenance” issues.
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Copyright Photo: Air Malawi. This Boeing 737-522 registered 7Q-YKW (msn 25384) is still pictured on the Air Malawi website but it is no longer operating for the airline.