Jet deals - 30 April

London
Source: Flightglobal.com
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RBS Aviation Capital places four A319s

RBS Aviation Capital has placed a total of four used Airbus A319s since the beginning of the year.

The operating lessor leased two ex-Iberia A319s, MSNs 3169 and 3377, to Aer Lingus during the period. The aircraft are part of a four package deal with the remaining two aircraft scheduled for early 2013.

Earlier this month RusLine Airlines leased two Airbus A319 (2442, 2446) aircraft with CFM56-5B5/P engines from RBS Aviation Capital for a period of five years. The 2005-vintage aircraft was previously operated by EasyJet.

During the three-month period to 31 March, the lessor sold two Airbus A319s, one A320 and three Boeing 737-800s.

RBS Aviation Capital also signed six-year operating leases on two used A320s with Ural Airlines. The first aircraft, MSN 2998, was previously operated by All Nippon Airways. The second A320 is due for the fourth quarter of this year.

RBS Aviation Capital signed lease agreements for two Embraer ERJ-145s, MSNs 398 and 419, with Rotana Jet. Both 200-1-vintage aircraft were previously operated by Régional.

Ak Bars Aero leased a Bombardier CRJ200LR (7613) aircraft with CF34-3B1 engines from Export Development Canada. The 2001-vintage aircraft was previously operated by MexicanaLink.

Astra Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (0527) aircraft with V2527-A5 engines from Castle 2003-1A LLC (ILFC). The 2005-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Amsterdam Airlines.

Apollo Aviation purchased an Airbus A320 (0044) aircraft with CFM56-5A1 engines from Air France. The 1989-vintage aircraft was operated by Air France since 1997.

Fly540 leased an Embraer 170 (17000004) aircraft with CF34-8E5A1 engines from ECC Leasing. The 2002-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Satena.

Globus leased a Boeing 737-700 (30667) aircraft with CF56-7B26 engines from S7 Airlines. The 2004-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Malev.

GoJet Airlines leased one Bombardier CRJ700 (10106) aircraft with CF34-8C1 engines from Delta Air Lines. The 2003-vintage aircraft was previously operated by ExpressJet Airlines.

Irmaus Passaura acquired an ERJ-145LR (145098) aircraft with AE3007-A1/1 engines from Investment Aktiebolaget Janus in a transaction arranged by Airstream International Group. The 1998-vintage aircraft was previously operated by City Airlines.

Network Aviation Australia leased a Fokker 100 (11469) aircraft with Tay 650-15 engines from Qantas. The 1993-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Avianca.

Qantas purchased a Fokker 100 (11469) aircraft with Tay 650-15 engines from Fokker Aircraft N1457BTrust. The 1993-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Avianca.

Rossiya leased two Airbus A319 (1654, 1679) aircraft with CFM56-5B5/P engines from CIT Leasing. The 2005-vintage aircraft were previously operated by Air China.

Safair leased a Boeing 737-400C (27143) aircraft with CFM56-3C1 engines from Safair Aviation (Ireland). The 1993-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Olympic Airlines as a passenger aircraft.

Sky Wings Asia Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (430) aircraft with V2500-A1 engines from AeroTurbine. The 1993-vintage aircraft was previously leased by Amsterdam Airlines.

Transaero Airlines agreed to lease a Boeing 767-300ER (29387) aircraft with CF6-80C2B7F engines from ILFC. The 2001-vintage aircraft is currently leased to Air Europa.

Vueling Airlines leased an Airbus A320 (2479) aircraft with V2527-A5 engines from ILFC. The 2005-vintage aircraft was previously leased to Spanair.

World Atlantic Airlines leased a Boeing MD-83 (49345) aircraft with JT8D-219 engines from Jetran International. The 1987-vintage aircraft was previously operated by American Airlines.

Wow Air (damp) leased one Airbus A320 (419) aircraft with CFM56-5A3 engines from Avion Express for one year. The 1993-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Cubana.

Yakutia Airlines leased a Boeing 737-700 (32797) aircraft with CF56-7B26 engines from ILFC. The 2003-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Malev.