Privatair acquires another 737 from KLM

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Privatair purchased another Boeing 737-300 aircraft from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in a transaction arranged by Cabot Aviation.

The 1992-vintage aircraft, MSN 27420, is equipped with CFM56-3C1 engines.

The deal follows the sale of a 1993-vintage 737-300 to Privatair in the summer. The aircraft, MSN 27421, has since been operated for ECAir under a wetlease contract.

KLM appointed Cabot Aviation in June as its sole worldwide remarketing agent for the sale of a total of six 737 Classics.

The other four aircraft are 737-400s equipped with CFM56-3C1 engines. The first aircraft, MSN 25412, was manufactured in November 1991, the second, MSN 25423, in January 1992. The remaining aircraft, MSNs 27232 and 27233, were built in March and April 1994, respectively.