A total of 10 Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft previously operated by US regional carrier Mesa Airlines are now being auctioned on 18 July.
The aircraft were initially scheduled to sell at public auction on 5 June.
"This is a significant number of aircraft and engines to inspect and we wanted everyone interested to have plenty of time to review," commented a source close to the situation.
The collateral is auctioned in three lots: Lot 1 includes the 10 ERJ-145 aircraft. Lot 2 consists of 20 Allison AE 3007-A1 engines, while Lot 3 comprises the 10 airframes and 20 engines.
The aircraft are currently held by Wells Fargo Bank Northwest as owner trustee under various trust agreements.
State Street Bank & Trust and Wells Fargo Bank Northwest are lenders participants.
According to Flightglobal's Ascend Online database, MSN 145217, which was built in 2000 and MSN 145416, a 2001-vintage aircraft, are owned by GECAS. Another 2001-built aircraft, MSN 145448, is owned by a special purpose vehicle managed by Transamerica Aircraft Finance Group. MSNs 145457, 145478, 14502 and 145507, which are also 2001-vintage aircraft, are owned by Philip Morris Capital Corp.
Th remaining three aircraft, MSNs 145517, 145530 and MSN 145572, a 2002-vintage aircraft, are owned by Bank of America.
MBA Aircraft Solution is acting as auctioneer for US Bank National Association, as security trustee.