Monday, July 24, 2017

B&H's last ATR to be sold

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B&H Airlines' last ATR 72 aircraft, which has been stored at Sarajevo Airport since the carrier's demise in 2015, is to be sold. The asset company HETA, which owns the turboprop, has begun talks with potential customers. The aircraft was on a ten-year financial lease to B&H Airlines but was grounded in 2015 since HETA was owed over eight million euros for the use of the turboprop at the time. The aircraft, registered E7-AAD, is 22 years old. Prior to B&H Airlines, it was utilised by the likes of Air New Zealand and Atlantic Southeast Airlines.

13 comments:

  1. Koliko moze kostati ovaj avion u ovakvom stanju i sa ovoliko godina?

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    1. 6-8 miliona$

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    2. No way that it's worth that much. New 72-600 costs $20 million.

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    3. Depends of maintenance works. 2-5 mil

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  2. It would fit nicely into the Air Serbia fleet!

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    1. But its old and JU has 3 old ATRs that should be replaced.They dont need another one

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    2. They need a newer one.

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    3. I think right because of the age it fits into JU fleet. This aircraft will also be cheap to lease over let's say 5 years.

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    4. this rust bucket fits best into a blast furnace.

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  3. they can sell it to Adria

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  4. Ja stvarno ne razumem balkanske pokondirene tikve kojima je avion od 22 prestar iako nije leteo poslednje dve godine.

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  5. Jebes mi mater zamalo mi srce nije puklo kad sam vidio kako rasturaju onaj avion na aerodromu Sarajevo. Da mi je bill samo ufatit nekog of politicara, posebno onog supka Bijednica. Jebo mu Wizz mater.

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