Air Mauritius has put three Airbus widebodies and two single-aisle aircraft up for sale, weeks after entering voluntary administration amid the Covid-19 crisis.
In a procurement notice on its website, the airline says it is selling two A340-300s (MSNs 194 and 268), one A330-200 (MSN 1057) and two A319s (MSNs 1592 and 1936).
The A340s were built in 1997 and 1999, Cirium fleets data shows, while the A330 is a 2009 example. The narrowbodies were manufactured in 2001 and 2003.
The closing date for interested parties is 11 August.
Air Mauritius took delivery of its first Airbus A330-900 last year, and now operates two of the aircraft along with A350s, A340s and the older A330s, as well as the two Airbus narrowbodies and three ATR turboprops.