Jet deals - 14 May

London
Source: Flightglobal.com
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SAAM places A320/737-800s

Sumisho Aircraft Asset Management (SAAM) has leased an Airbus A320 to Turkish carrier Atlasjet for approximately three years.

The 2002-vintage aircraft, MSN 1730, was previously operated by Pegasus Airlines.

SAAM also placed a Boeing 737-800 on behalf of Japanese investors, on lease to Thai carrier's Nok Air. The 2005-vintage aircraft, MSN 33821, was previously operated by Ryanair.

SAAM acted as remarketing agent and redelivery/delivery representatives appointed by the owner. SAAM will remain as lease servicer for the owners.

Aero Contractors leased a Boeing 737-400 (24232) aircraft with CFM56-3C1 engines from PALS 2000-1. The 1991-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Air One.

Daallo Airlines purchased a BAE Systems 146-200 (E2074) aircraft with ALF502-R5 engines from Falko. The 1987-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Airlink - SA Airlink.

Dana Airlines purchased a Boeing MD-83 (49947) aircraft with JT8D-219 engines from Jet Midwest. The 1991-vintage ex-Avianca aircraft was purchased by Jet Midwest in March 2011.

Enerjet leased a Boeing 737-700 (30244) aircraft with CFM56-7B24 engines from AWAS. The 2002-vintage aircraft was previously operated by LAN Columbia.

FedEx purchased a Boeing 757-200EM (26277) aircraft with RB211-535E4 engines from ILFC. The 1995-vintage aircraft was previously operated by North American Airlines.

GECAS Asset Management Services purchased two Airbus A319 (1729, 1768) aircraft with engines from Cyprus Airways in a transaction arranged by Cabot Aviation. The two 2002-vintage aircraft were operated since new by Cyprus Airways.

Haneda Leasing purchased four Boeing 747-400Ds (25292, 25640, 25646, 27436) aircraft with CF6-80C2B1F engines from All Nippon Airways for disassembly. The first aircraft was built in 1991. MSNs 25640 and 25646 were manufactured in 1992 while the remaining aircraft is a 1995-vintage. The leasing entity, which is a joint venture between investment fund Deucalion Capital II, an investment fund advised by DVB Bank, and a third party investor, has mandated Universal Asset Management as the consignment agent for the 747-400 airframes.

Infinity Trading & Solutions purchased two Boeing MD-88 (49760, 49762) aircraft with JT8D-219 engines from Dynamic Jetlease for part out. The 1989-vintage aircraft were last operated by Dynamic Airways.

Jet Tech International purchased a Boeing MD-88 (49928) aircraft with JT8D-219 engines from BBAM for part out. The 1990-vintage aircraft were last operated by Air Austral.

Livingston leased an Airbus A320 (2210) aircraft with V2527-A5 engines from RBS Aviation Capital. The 2004-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Spanair.

OLT Express subleased an Airbus A319 (2460) aircraft CFM56-5B5/P engines from Yes Airways. The 2005-vintage aircraft was previously operated by EasyJet.

QantasLink leased a Boeing 717-200 (55166) with BR715A1-30 engines from BCC Equipment Leasing Corp. The 2003-vintage aircraft was previously operated by MexicanaClick.

S7 Airlines leased a Boeing 737-800 (30672) aircraft with CFM56-7B26 engines from ILFC. The 2004-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Malev.

VivaColumbia leased an Airbus A320 (1564) aircraft with CFM56-5B4/P engines from GECAS. The 2001-vintage aircraft was previously operated by USA 3000 Airlines.

Volotea leased a Boeing 717-200 (55170) with BR715A1-30 engines from BCC Equipment Leasing Corp. The 2003-vintage aircraft was previously operated by MexicanaClick.

Vueling Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (3995) aircraft with CFM56-5B4/3 engines from BOC Aviation. The 2009-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Air Berlin.

Wikifly leased a Boeing 737-400 (25313) aircraft with CFM56-3C1 engines from AerSale. The 1991-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Olympic Airways.

Yamal Airlines leased a Boeing 737-400 (25775) aircraft with CFM56-3C1 engines from Sojitz Aircraft Leasing. The 1997-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Saga Airlines.

Yes Airways leased an Airbus A319 (2460) aircraft CFM56-5B5/P engines from DAE Capital. The 2005-vintage aircraft was previously operated by EasyJet.