Singapore’s SilkAir and Singapore Airlines have appointed Skytech-AIC to market for outright sale seven Boeing 737-800s.

The aircraft (MSNs 44222, 44223, 44224, 44225, 44226, 44232 and 44233) were delivered to SilkAir between 2014 and 2016 and the airline self-manages all the aircraft, according to Cirium fleets data.


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One of the 737s to be remarketed is registered 9V-MGJ.

Seven out of SilkAir’s total fleet of 15 737-800s are managed by lessors – three by Standard Chartered Aviation Finance and four with Langdon Asset Management.

UK-based Skytech-AIC is also in the process of remarketing four Airbus A350-900s, two 737-300s, two 777-200ERs, and nine De Havilland Canada Q400s, according to its website.