Eznis Airways acquires one Q400

Victoria
By Victoria September 21, 2012 11:17

Eznis Airways acquires one Q400

Bombardier Aerospace has welcomed Eznis Airways to the growing family of Bombardier Q400 aircraft operators. Eznis Airways, the largest private airline in Mongolia, has acquired a previously owned Q400 aircraft and has started service in the country with the fast and fuel-efficient turboprop. Eznis acquired the Q400 aircraft through Nordic Aviation Capital, the Denmark-based leasing company.
Eznis’ acquisition of the Q400 aircraft follows the type acceptance certification that was awarded by the Civil Aviation Authority of Mongolia in May, 2012 for operation of the aircraft in the Central Asia nation. The certification in Mongolia preceded the decision in June, 2012 by the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) – commonly known by its Russian acronym, MAK – to award aircraft type approval to the Q400 turboprop for operation in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
“The Q400 aircraft is leading Bombardier’s expansion across much of Asia and the certification in Mongolia, in addition to the recent type approval in Russia and the CIS nations, are an important part of our strategy,” said Rod Sheridan, Vice President, Customer Finance, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, who leads the business unit’s Asset Management Group (AMG). The AMG is dedicated to the management and remarketing of Bombardier’s previously owned commercial aircraft portfolio.
“We’re delighted to welcome Eznis Airways as one of five new operators that have ordered or acquired the Q400 aircraft this year, and the first in Mongolia,” added Sheridan.

Victoria
By Victoria September 21, 2012 11:17
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