Jubba Airways wet leases A321-100 from YanAir

Jubba Airways wet leases A321-100 from YanAir

Sept 21, 2016: Jubba Airways has wet-leased an A321-100 from Ukraine’s YanAir.

UR-COJ was ferried from Vinnytsia to Djibouti last week and is currently used on flights connecting Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta, Mogadishu, Dubai International, and Hargeisa, according to media reports. The Kenyan scheduled carrier currently has four active aircraft in its fleet. Among them is one A320-200, also previously operated by Yan Air, and one A321-100. It also operates a Fokker 50 and a B737-400.

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