Kahala Aviation sells CRJ/737 aircraft

Source: Flightglobal.com
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Kahala Aviation has closed a number of aircraft sales in addition to the recent purchase of three 757-200 aircraft on lease to United Airlines.

The leasing entity confirmed the sale of two Bombardier CRJ200s: one 2000-vintage aircraft (MSN 7442) to Georgian Airways, and one 1996-vintage aircraft (7113) to Kenya’s operator Skyward International.

Kahala also sold to Westair Atlantic Group a 1990-vintage 737-300SF (24679) aircraft equipped with CFM56-3B2 engines as well as a CF34-3B1 engine. The aircraft was placed last year on a long-term lease with UK carrier Atlantic Airlines.

The lessor placed a 1991-vintage 737-400SF (25052) on lease to Denmark’s Jet Time A/S. The aircraft was last operated by Aerosvit Airlines as a passenger aircraft.

It also assigned another ex-Aerosvit Airlines passenger aircraft 737-400 (24903) under a freighter conversion programme at Commercial Jet, Alabama.

Both 737 Classics were acquired in February 2012.