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    Brazilian aerospace group delivered 28 civilian jets during the third quarter

    Brazilian aerospace and defence group Embraer has announced that it delivered a total of 28 commercial and executive jets during the third quarter of this year. These were divided into seven airliners of its ‘E-Jet’ family and 21 executive jets. The company is the world’s number one manufacturer of commercial jets with up to 150 seats. It is also a major producer of executive jets, as well as military and agricultural aircraft, and additionally is active in other defence and the space sectors. The seven commercial jets delivered comprised six E175 and one E190. The E175 can carry 76 passengers in two classes or 88 seats in maximum density single class, over a range of 4 074 km. The E190 can accommodate 96 passengers in two classes or 114 in maximum density single class, for a distance of 4 537 km.

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    Brazilian aerospace group delivered 28 civilian jets during the third quarter

    Brazilian aerospace and defence group Embraer has announced that it delivered a total of 28 commercial and executive jets during the third quarter of this year. These were divided into seven airliners of its ‘E-Jet’ family and 21 executive jets. The company is the world’s number one manufacturer of commercial jets with up to 150 seats. It is also a major producer of executive jets, as well as military and agricultural aircraft, and additionally is active in other defence and the space sectors. The seven commercial jets delivered comprised six E175 and one E190. The E175 can carry 76 passengers in two classes or 88 seats in maximum density single class, over a range of 4 074 km. The E190 can accommodate 96 passengers in two classes or 114 in maximum density single class, for a distance of 4 537 km.

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    Redefine diversifies into Polish logistics market

    Despite sentiment towards global real estate having fallen sharply, the outlook for the Polish logistics sector has improved significantly as a result of Covid-19, says Redefine Europe CEO Pieter Prinsloo. Speaking during real estate investment trust (Reit) Redefine Properties’ Polish market update webinar on October 23, he elaborated that the European market in 202 saw “exceptional demand” from tenants for space close to urban clusters, as well as a growing preference for ecommerce and a rethink of supply chains.

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    Redefine diversifies into Polish logistics market

    Despite sentiment towards global real estate having fallen sharply, the outlook for the Polish logistics sector has improved significantly as a result of Covid-19, says Redefine Europe CEO Pieter Prinsloo. Speaking during real estate investment trust (Reit) Redefine Properties’ Polish market update webinar on October 23, he elaborated that the European market in 202 saw “exceptional demand” from tenants for space close to urban clusters, as well as a growing preference for ecommerce and a rethink of supply chains.

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    Covid-19 will not affect current capex, but future projects are dependent on recovery, says Trac

    The Covid-19 pandemic will not affect the rollout of the current R1.6-billion of capital projects along the N4, says Trans African Concessions (Trac) CEO Alex van Niekerk. TRAC manages the N4 Toll Route between Tshwane, Gauteng, and the Maputo port, in Mozambique.

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    Covid-19 will not affect current capex, but future projects are dependent on recovery, says Trac

    The Covid-19 pandemic will not affect the rollout of the current R1.6-billion of capital projects along the N4, says Trans African Concessions (Trac) CEO Alex van Niekerk. TRAC manages the N4 Toll Route between Tshwane, Gauteng, and the Maputo port, in Mozambique.

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    Winde appeals to Ramaphosa, Mboweni over SAA R10bn bailout

    Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has appealed to the national government to “think carefully” about a possible bailout for South African Airways (SAA). He said all the provinces desperately need everything they can get, to recover from the Covid-19 lockdown and job losses.

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    Winde appeals to Ramaphosa, Mboweni over SAA R10bn bailout

    Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has appealed to the national government to “think carefully” about a possible bailout for South African Airways (SAA). He said all the provinces desperately need everything they can get, to recover from the Covid-19 lockdown and job losses.

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    Winde appeals to Ramaphosa, Mboweni over SAA R10bn bailout

    Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has appealed to the national government to “think carefully” about a possible bailout for South African Airways (SAA). He said all the provinces desperately need everything they can get, to recover from the Covid-19 lockdown and job losses.

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    Ramatlakane says it will be a challenge, but ’wrong things’ at PRASA must be fixed

    PRASA’s woes must be resolved so that it can deliver cheaper, safe and reliable public transport to South Africa’s working class, former ANC MP Leonard Ramatlakane said shortly after he was named as the new chairman of the embattled entity. “All the wrong things must be dealt with and we must restore reliability, punctuality, safety and affordability to our trains,” he told African News Agency (ANA).

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