Airline: Mohamed Ould Biyah (Mauritania Airlines) secures fuel from Ola Energy, Cepsa and Total  

Airline: Mohamed Ould Biyah (Mauritania Airlines) secures fuel from Ola Energy, Cepsa and Total  

The CEO of the state-owned airline has agreed to pay $5.6 million to secure a smooth relaunch of the airline’s operations after two years of the pandemic.

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            ▪ Airline: Mohamed Ould Biyah (Mauritania Airlines) secures fuel from Ola Energy, Cepsa and Total  

▪ The CEO of the state-owned airline has agreed to pay $5.6 million to secure a smooth relaunch of the airline’s operations after two years of the pandemic.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812026/airline-mai-ceo-amal-mint-maouloud-secures-fuel-from-ola-energy-cepsa-and-total/

The fleet of Mauritania Airlines International (MAI) will be supplied with fuel for a period of one year by Ola Energy in Casa, Dakar, Bamako, Abidjan and Libreville. TotalEnergies will handle supplies in Conakry and Cepsa in Las Palmas.

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