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Cabot Aviation appointed by Turkish Airlines to remarket eight Airbus A330-200s

Posted 29 November 2016 · Add Comment

Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner, has been authorised by Turkish Airlines to remarket eight Airbus A330-200s for sublease – either dry or wet.

All eight aircraft were built between 2007 and 2011 to a common specification with passenger seats in a 24J + 255Y configuration. The aircraft have PW4168A-1D engines and a 233-tonne maximum take-off weight (MTOW)

The authorisation concludes a successful month for Cabot, in which it also announced the placement of an Embraer 170 aircraft with Austrian operator People’s Viennaline on behalf of AerFin Ltd (UK). The aircraft, serial number MSN 0093, was delivered to its new owner on 10 November.

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