Spanish leisure airline Evelop Airlines has taken delivery of its first of two Airbus A350 XWBs, while African flag carrier Mauritania Airlines has accepted its first Embraer E175. Evelop, which is part of the Spanish Barceló Group’s Ávoris travel division, is taking the new aircraft on lease from Air Lease Corp. and will base it at Madrid Barajas airport. The airline will deploy the aircraft, which is outfitted in a single-class, 432-seat layout, on its long-haul ...

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