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Skyworld Aviation facilitates the sale of an ERJ 170

Posted 28 January 2019 · Add Comment

Skyworld Aviation has assisted in the sale of an ERJ 170 and associated spares to new operator of the type Air Botswana.

 

Serial number 17000318 arrived in Botswana on Monday 31st December 2018 after having been in pre-delivery maintenance in Toronto, Canada. It has now been re-registered as A2-ABM.

Skyworld Aviation acted on behalf of a U.S. based regional aircraft sales and leasing firm for whom we have previously arranged two CRJ 700 leases and the sale of  an AE3007A engine. This latest transaction further demonstrates Skyworld Aviation’s prominence in the regional jet market, having now concluded approximately 175 jet placements worldwide.

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