Focus sells 15 Fokker 100s for KLM
Focus Aviation has announced the sale of fifteen Fokker 100s on behalf of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to The Evsen Group.
These aircraft are being replaced in the KLM fleet by Embraer E-Jets, operated by KLM cityhopper.
The Evsen Group comprises nine companies ranging across different sectors including travel, manufacture and retail. The Group is now expanding into aviation and plans to use the 15 Fokker 100 aircraft for short-haul operations in the Middle East.
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