Turboprop deals - 13 October

London
Source: Flightglobal.com
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BAE Systems sells Jetstream 32/41s

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has sold a total of six BAE Systems Jetstream 32/41s.

Corporate Flight Management acquired four BAE Systems Jetstream 41 fleet (42, 43, 63, 81) aircraft with TPE331-14GR engines from BAE Systems Regional Aircraft. The 1995-vintage aircraft were last operated by Atlantic Coast Airlines.
Corporate Flight Management also acquired a BAE Systems Jetstream 32 (936) aircraft with TPE331-12engines. The 1991-vintage aircraft was last operated by Trans States Airlines.

Yeti Airlines acquired a BAE Systems Jetstream 41 (85) aircraft with TPE331-14GR engines from BAE Systems Regional Aircraft. The 1996-vintage aircraft was last operated by Trans States Airlines.

Flysur (Taer Andalus) leased (ACMI contract) two ATR42-300 (003, 080) aircraft with PW121 engines from Top Fly. The first aircraft was built in 1985 and purchased by Top Fly in 2005. The second aircraft was built in 1988 and is leased by Top Fly from Nordic Aviation Contractor.

Transcarga International Airways leased an Embraer 120RT freighter (17) aircraft with PW118 engines from World Aircraft Leasing Group. The 1986-vintage aircraft was previously operated by Corporate Air.

Wideroe leased a new Bombardier Dash8Q-400 (212) aircraft with PW150A engines from Flybe. The aircraft is part of a three sale and leaseback transaction between Flyube and Rand Merchant Bank arranged by Skytech-AIC.