US-Bangla Airlines appoints ACC Aviation as remarketing agent for three de Havilland Dash 8-Q400s
US-Bangla Airlines, the Dhaka, Bangladesh-based carrier, has appointed global aviation services group ACC Aviation as remarketing agent to dispose of three de Havilland Dash 8-Q400 turboprops. The aircraft (MSN 4034, 4044 and MSN 4058) all built in the early 2000s, will be disposed of, along with an extensive list of DHC8-Q400 spares and components as a packaged transaction.
Leveraging its extensive relationships, ACC Aviation will guide US-Bangla Airlines throughout the entire remarketing and disposal of the assets process and seek out potential buyers for the aircraft, while ensuring that every aspect of the transaction is fair and within industry standards.
“ACC Aviation is pleased to have the opportunity to remarket US-Bangla Airlines‘ Dash 8-Q400s,” said Robert Sitta, Vice President Asset Management at ACC Aviation.
US-Bangla Airlines has an extensive scheduled passenger network, operating a mainstay fleet of ATR72-600’s and B737-800’s.
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