I believe the helicopters were used for transporting cash to buying points for maize. That makes sense considering the security aspect. Exactly how the cash is now transported I'm not sure. As for the King Air, There was no real necessity except for site visits to Tete, Nampula, and Pemba. I little over kill. The cash can be better utilized now.
If you are that worried about the aircraft and what they are used for contact the CAA in Moz and request the flight logs for the last 2 years and that will sort that out for you. If the asset is no longer a requirement for doing business in a specific location due to development of infrastructure such as paved roads and bridges, do you suggest? A) Polish and Shine while watching it depreciate as well as pay for routine maintenance, hanger fees, Insurance and and and. B) Sell, free up some… Read More
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