Cronos Airlines, the most preferred regional passenger airline based at Malabo International Airport in Equatorial Guinea has added a brand new ERJ 145 LR to its growing young fleet. The Airlines currently serves and operates in a diverse and expanding West and Central African Market and the new addition makes increase their fleet to 6 aircrafts.
The recently acquired Embraer ERJ 145LR which carries 50 passengers with 3 crew members was developed specifically for regional use. It also has a superb airframe, a robust and durable design with outstanding passenger cabin experience. Its modern Central Maintenance Computer (CMC) allows real time monitoring and automatic fault-finding on the aircraft.
The Aircraft will be periodically maintained to meet international standards by the Cronos Airlines International in South Africa which also offers aircraft management services, wet leasing, charter, and aircraft maintenance.
Adding the ERJ 145LR to the fleet will soften demand on the airline with passengers having more flights options to choose from with the current destinations to Benin, Cotonou, Cameroon, Douala, Equatorial Guinea, Bata, Malabo, Mengomeyén, Nigeria, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Accra, Niger and Niamey.
The CEO, Andreas Kaïafas, in a comment said this new addition will do a great deal in making the airline a diverse, reliable and safe means of travel. It would go a long way in making the airline bigger, better and make Africa stand out on the global map.