Ratings agency Moody's says the sale of one Boeing 767-300ER aircraft by Aircastle’s subsidiary, Aircastle Advisor, will not impact the ratings currently assigned to the certificates issued by ACS 2006-1.
The 1990-vintage aircraft was sold on 26 September.
The 767-300ER is equipped with CF6-80C2B6F engines, Flightglobal’s Ascend Online database shows. It was previously operated by Belgium’s Jetairfly.
According to Ascend, the aircraft was ferried to Stuttgart airport, USA for parts.
The transaction is the fourth sale by Aircastle Advisor this year. In March it sold one 1990-vintage 737-300 aircraft to Aerotron for parts.
In May Aircastle Advisor sold one 1989-vintage Airbus A310-300F, which was on lease to Turkish Airlines, as well as another 737-300, which was on lease to Jordan Aviation.
As the result of the sale, Moody’s says two concentration limits were exceeded for the remaining aircraft pool. The single lessee concentration now exceeds the 20% limit (approximately 22.2% of the average portfolio's base value) and the three largest lessees concentration exceeds the 42% limit (approximately 48.4% of the average portfolio's base value).