Home Latest NewsBusiness Aviation Three De Havilland Dash 8-Q400s will be remarketed by US-Bangla Airlines, with ACC Aviation serving as the remarketing agent.

Three De Havilland Dash 8-Q400s will be remarketed by US-Bangla Airlines, with ACC Aviation serving as the remarketing agent.

by Mahua Special Editor

Through global aviation services provider ACC Aviation, the three de Havilland Dash 8-Q400 turboprops will be remarketed by Dhaka-based US-Bangla Airlines. There will be a packaged deal to dispose of three early 2000s-built aircraft (MSN 4034, 4044, and MSN 4058) and several DHC8-Q400 parts and components.

We’ll use our industry connections to help US-Bangla Airlines find a buyer for its planes while ensuring that the deal is fair and within industry standards.

ACC Aviation will remarket dash 8-Q400 aircraft from US-Bangla Airlines, said Robert Sitta, Vice President of Asset Management at ACC Aviation.

United States-Bangla Airlines has an extensive scheduled passenger network using ATR72-600s and B737-800s as the core of their fleet. ACC Aviation has earned the trust of industry peers and clients alike as a reliable partner. These experts are located all over the world and can provide impartial advice on a wide range of aviation services, including but not limited to European, African, Middle Eastern, Asian, and North American

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