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Aerotask places a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 for AMCON

Posted 15 August 2018 · Add Comment

Aerotask, a Dubai-based global aviation consultancy providing Asset Management and Financial Solutions to airlines, lessors, financiers and aviation investors worldwide, has successfully transacted a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft on behalf of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

Everts Air Cargo, an Alaska-based cargo carrier, has acquired the aircraft to support its existing fleet of five MD-83s.

The subject aircraft was formerly operated by the now defunct Afrijet Airlines and was seized by AMCON, among other assets. Aerotask has been the sole advisor to AMCON concerning their aviation-related portfolio since 2016.

“This asset was undoubtedly one of the most challenging ones we have been mandated with and successfully placing it has yet again proven the mettle and capability of our team,” said Robert Sitta, Vice President Aircraft Leasing & Trading.

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