Cardiff Aviation's Dickinson Sees Air Djibouti Potential
Cardiff Aviation, founded by Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson, sees massive potential for Air Djibouti freight. “It has massive potential because Djibouti is one of the world’s biggest container hubs,” Chairman Dickinson told Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse." Earlier in the month, the airline took delivery of its first Boeing 737-400 aircraft ahead of resumption of passenger flights. The carrier plans to introduce two BA 146-3000 aircraft by mid-October and a Boeing 767-200 plane in December, initially operating flights to London.
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