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Air Austral Gets First Dreamliner


The newest addition to the Air Austral long-haul fleet touched down at Roland Garros Airport in Saint-Marie, Reunion Island, on May 25 after a 10,500-mile delivery flight from the Boeing Everett Delivery Centre in Everett, Washington State.

The first of two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners destined for the airline, it will initially be operated on the Dzaoudi (Mayotte) to Paris Charles de Gaulle route.

Founded in 1975, Air Austral currently operates nine aircraft – including Boeing 777s – to more than ten destinations in Europe and Asia.

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