Binter expands its fleet with six additional ATR 72-600 aircraft.

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The Canary Islands airline Binter will invest more than 135.6 million euros to expand, with six ATR 72-600 aircraft that it will receive between 2022 and 2023, a fleet that so far consists of 42 aircraft of this manufacturer and five Embraer E195-E2.

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This operation will be carried out under the financing agreement signed in Gran Canaria with a banking consortium comprising Santander, Caixabank and BBVA, with advice from Deloitte and KPMG, the company said Friday in a statement.

Binter’s president, Rodolfo Núñez, and its vice-president, Alfredo Morales, signed the agreement this Friday with senior representatives of the three banks, reported EFE.

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Núñez stressed that the Canary Islands airline “continues to bet on a young, efficient fleet with the necessary size to continue providing the best service to its customers”.

“This year we have received the last two aircraft of the purchase program we signed in 2015 and we have already signed a new fleet expansion and renewal contract, for which we have closed the financing,” he celebrated.

The renewal of Binter’s fleet has been a constant since the company was acquired by Canary Island entrepreneurs in 2002.

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