Veling sells one ATR 72-212A to PT Pelita Air Service, Indonesia.

Victoria
By Victoria March 6, 2013 18:00

Veling sells one ATR 72-212A to PT Pelita Air Service, Indonesia.

Veling Ltd, a Mauritius-based aircraft leasing company, sold an ATR 72-212A to PT Pelita Air Service, a fully owned subsidiary of Pertamina (Indonesia State Oil and Gas Company), based in Jakarta, Indonesia. The airline provides executive transport, charters and oil support operations in the Indonesian region.

In a joint statement, Uday Nayak, Chairman and Nirvan Veerasamy, Managing Director of Veling Ltd said “We are gratified by the trust and confidence from PT Pelita Air Service and we look forward to working with the airline towards the successful introduction of this new aircraft type to their operations. This sale represents our first transaction to an airline based in the rapidly growing Indonesian economy. We will continue to seek opportunities in such high growth regions and to remain close to our customers”.

Andjar Wibawanun, President Director of PT Pelita Air Service said “This aircraft purchase is a further commitment of the airline to operate young and modern equipment in support of our clients demanding operational requirements. Discussions with Veling were cordial and professional and we look forward to the beginning of a new and prosperous business relationship between our companies”.

Veling currently has a portfolio of twelve aircraft under its ownership and/or management including four A340-300 (on lease to Sri Lankan Airlines), one ATR 72-212A (currently on the market for sale) and seven B777-200/200ER (on lease to Emirates).

Victoria
By Victoria March 6, 2013 18:00
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