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Saudia To Get New Planes

Al Jazirah daily has reported that Riyadh based, state owned Saudi Arabian Airlines plans to buy 70 new aircraft of which nine will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2009 and 21 in 2010. According to the airline’s Director General, Khalid bin Abdullah Al Molhem, the delivery of all aircraft will be complete by 2014. 

Source: Emirates Business 24/7 

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