China Airlines has mandated AMS Aircraft Services and EastMerchant Capital as remarketing agents for a Boeing 747-400 Freighter (MSN 30762).

Delivered new to the Taiwanese carrier in 2001, the aircraft has been parked since 2012, Flight Fleets Analyzer indicates.

The remarketing agents' appointment, disclosed by AMS, follows a similar arrangement under which five China Airlines 747-400 passenger jets were sold to GA Telesis earlier this year. GA Telesis intended to add the Pratt & Whitney PW4056 powerplants to its engine leasing portfolio.

There are 350 747-400s in service today, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows: 195 freighters, 145 passenger jets and 10 Combis. An additional 99 are in storage, including 29 freighters and two Combis.

In an earlier version, the five 747-400s in the third paragraph were erroneously designated as freighters

Source: Cirium Dashboard