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Air Partner completes sale of Beechcraft King Air 200

Posted 17 January 2018 · Add Comment

Gatwick based Air Partner plc has announced the sale of 2009-vintage Beechcraft King Air 200 serial number BB-2014.



This sale marks a strong start to 2018 and follows a successful 2017, in which the Aircraft Remarketing division won and fulfilled a number of mandates. Notable transactions included the sale and delivery of a third Kenya Airways B777-200ER aircraft to Omni Air International; the sale of two B747-400s to Jet Midwest Group on behalf of China Airlines; and the sale of two of Kenya Airways’ B737-700 aircraft, which were then leased back to Kenya Airways for continued operation.

The team was also appointed by Saudi Arabian Airlines as its exclusive remarketing agent in respect of 15 Boeing 777-200ERs. It currently has a number of other mandates on a variety of aircraft, including a B787, several ERJ145s and an ATR72-500.

Tony Whitty, Managing Director, Air Partner commented: “We are delighted to have completed the sale of this King Air 200, which was operated from new by Air Hamburg. Over many years Air Partner has enjoyed a very successful relationship with Air Hamburg, chartering its large aircraft fleet for hundreds of hours each year. We a have number of other sales in the pipeline and are looking forward to a busy 2018, fulfilling mandates for new and existing clients.”

 

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