Cabot arranges F50 sale
Cabot Aviation closed the sale transaction of a Fokker F50 aircraft to TransNusa Air of Indonesia.
The 1992-vintage aircraft, MSN 20240, was sold on behalf of SonAir, Angola. The transaction is the second purchase of a Fokker F50 byTransNusa Air. The carrier also operates two F50s on lease from AeroCentury.
AeroCentury purchased two Saab 340B Plus (422, 423) aircraft with CT7-9B engines from Saab Aircraft Leasing. Both 1997-vintage aircraft have a lease attached to Nok Mini.
Alandia Air purchased two Saab 340B Plus (248, 255) aircraft with CT7-9B engines from Saab Aircraft Leasing. MSN 248 is a 1991-vintage aircraft that was last operated by Western Air. MSN 255 is a 1991-vintage aircraft with a lease attached to Happy Air.
Amapola Flyg leased a Fokker 50 (20252) aircraft with PW125B engines from Largus Aviation. The 1992-vintage aircraft was last operated by Denim Air.
Fly540 Angola leased two ATR 72-200 (470, 483) aircraft with PW124B engines from Avmax Aircraft Leasing. The 1996-vintage aircraft were previously operated by Royal Air Maroc Express.
Fortran Aviation acquired five Fokker 50 (20313, 20318, 20331, 20333, 20335) aircraft with PW127B engines from Ethiopian Airlines. MSN 20131 was built in 1995. MSN 20331 was built in 1996 while the remaining three aircraft were manufactured in 1997.
Silver Airways purchased one Saab 340B Plus (437) aircraft with CT7-9B engines from Saab Aircraft Leasing. The 1998-vintage aircraft was last operated by Mesaba Airlines.
SprintAir purchased a Saab 340QC (070) aircraft with CT7-5A2 engines from Sverigeflyg Leasing in a transaction arranged by Skyworld Aviation. The 1986-vintage aircraft was previously operated by NextJet.