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Airstream mandated to sell Jeju's Q400s
Airstream International Group has been mandated by Jeju Airlines of South Korea to remarket four 2006 vintage Bombardier Q400s together with a large spares package including engines.
These aircraft are available throughout 2009, their availability having arisen because of the airline’s decision to operate an all jet fleet. Airstream reports that the aircraft are well maintained and in excellent condition, having been operated by Jeju since new.
This assignment adds to Airstream’s continuing role in remarketing Bombardier Q series aircraft. The company successfully concluded the sale of two aircraft to Horizon Air on behalf of HNA Group in 2006.
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