Receivers auction bankrupt Swedish carrier Falcon Air's assets

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Receivers for Swedish charter carrier Falcon Air are putting the Malmo-based operator’s assets up for sale after the company was declared bankrupt.

Falcon Air operated a fleet of three Boeing 737-300QC aircraft on charter flights for several Scandinavian tour operators, as well as wet-lease operations.

The company carried out some services on behalf of Swedish budget carrier FlyMe, and also transported mail during domestic night flights.

Assets for sale include 737 rotables and corresponding parts for CFM International CFM56 engines.

Bids are similarly being sought for ATR 42 rotables – the carrier was also an ATR operator – as well as property, such as hangar space, at Malmo-Sturup Airport. The deadline for parties to submit interest is 15 February.