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Skyworld Aviation sells ERJ 145 to Westair of Namibia

Posted 6 April 2021 · Add Comment

Skyworld Aviation has announced the sale of an ERJ 145 to Westair of Namibia.


Skyworld Aviation sells ERJ 145 to Westair of Namibia.  Image: Skyworld Aviation

Serial number 145342 was previously in operation with HOP! The aircraft ferried from France to its new owner, Westair of Namibia, on its temporary registration F-WTBQ last Thursday.


This latest transaction by Skyworld takes the total to 19 aircraft placements during the period of Covid restrictions, comprising ERJ 145s, Avro RJs and Q400s.

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