Jetcraft Commercial, is responding to high demand for Dash 8-400 turboprops by finalizing multiple deals to buy and sell the aircraft worldwide.
Raphael Haddad, President, Jetcraft Commercial, says: “Jetcraft Commercial has a global presence, financial strength and strategic prowess, which allows us to identify and rapidly react to shifts in market demand. In our recent Dash 400 deals, we’ve purchased sought-after fleets and quickly secured buyers.
“The high speed and performance, as well as the higher density of the Dash 400 perfectly meets the needs of developing domestic and regional travel markets, particularly for airlines operating in landlocked countries, and we’re seeing interest from Central Asia, Europe and Africa. Internationally, there is a growing appetite for regional aircraft with this kind of flexibility and efficiency.”
With Jetcraft Commercial most recently committing to purchase 12 Dash 400s from Horizon Air, five of which have already been placed with undisclosed buyers, while the remaining seven are set to be delivered to strategically selected customers through 2024.
Jetcraft Commercial has a strong track record of swiftly and efficiently structuring and closing complex transactions that deliver success for buyers and sellers and fuel the growth of new aviation opportunities. Earlier this year, the company announced the delivery of three ATR72-600 aircraft sold to Uzbekistan Airports, acquired from Bangkok Airways.
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