Leki Aviation confirmed it has acquired a Boeing 737-500 for part out.
The Danish company purchased the 1991-vintage aircraft last week from operating lessor Nordic Aviation Capital.
The aircraft (MSN 25738) is powered by CFM International CFM56-3B1 engines.
Leki says the engines, auxiliary power unit, thrust reversers, avionics, components, flight surfaces can be supplied certified or as removed.
NAC acquired the 737-500 from Jetscape in December 2006. The aircraft was last operated by Rossiya.