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Skyworld Aviation arranges sale of two ERJ 145 LRs to Air Peace

Posted 21 November 2019 · Add Comment

Skyworld Aviation has announced the sale of two FAA registered ERJ 145 LR aircraft to Air Peace of Nigeria.

The aircraft were delivered in Kingman, Arizona on October 3.

Air Peace is Nigeria/West Africa’s largest operator and the airline has acquired ERJ 145s to increase interconnectivity in Nigeria and West Africa, to specifically serve destinations with little or no service.

Skyworld Aviation acted on behalf of a U.S based regional aircraft sales and leasing firm for whom we have previously arranged a sale of an ERJ 170, two CRJ 700 leases, two further ERJ 145 sales and the sale of an AE3007A engine and APU. This latest transaction further demonstrates Skyworld Aviation’s prominence in the regional jet market, now having concluded approximately 180 jet placements worldwide.

 

 

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