Cabot remarkets one 767-300ER for Wings Aviation

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By admin April 16, 2014 20:40

Cabot remarkets one 767-300ER for Wings Aviation

Aircraft remarketing specialist Cabot Aviation has arranged the acquisition of a Boeing 767-300ER for client Wings Aviation, the Lessor to Fly Jamaica Airways. The aircraft, msn 24876, was acquired from a major leasing company.

“We first worked with Wings Aviation Inc. in 2011 when they bought a B757-200ER from another Cabot client. That sale forged a good  relationship leading to the purchase of this B767-300ER which will also be leased to Fly Jamaica Airways. The transaction went very smoothly and quickly due to the excellent teamwork between Wings Aviation, the seller’s aircraft remarketing group, and Cabot Aviation,” says Charley Cleaver, senior vice president, Cabot Aviation.

Fly Jamaica Airways, a Jamaican flag carrier, operates scheduled and charter services between Georgetown, Guyana, Kingston, Jamaica, New York, USA and Toronto, Canada. The B767-300ER will enable the airline to expand its international network.

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