Cabot Aviation has disposed of a pair of Bombardier turboprops that were previously flown by Bangladeshi operator GMG Airlines.
The first aircraft, a Bombardier Dash 8 100, has been sold to Australia's operator Skytrans. The 1990-vintage aircraft (MSN 245) had been operated by GMG Airlines since 1998. Skytrans now utilises a fleet of 14 Dash 8 aircraft.
Cabot has also arranged the sale of a Q300 to Canada's Air Inuit. The aircraft (MSN 464) was built in 1998 and was delivered to GMG Airlines in October 2007 in a deal also arranged by Cabot.
In recent weeks Cabot has also disposed of a Boeing 737-400, a BAe 146-200QT and one CFM International CFM56-3C1 engine.