On behalf of U.S.-based Republic Airways Holdings, the world’s largest operator of Embraer jets, Skyworld Aviation has arranged the sale of a 36-seat ERJ 135 aircraft to charter and scheduled operator JETGO of Australia. The aircraft was originally placed on lease with the airline in early 2013 alongside two other ERJ 135’s to support the local mining industry, but has recently started a scheduled service to run alongside its charter operations. From its Brisbane base, the airline serves Dubbo with six flights per week and Tamworth with seven flights per week, as well as providing services between Townsville, Rockhampton and the Gold Coast.
Skyworld Aviation is an aircraft marketing organisation with offices in the UK, Canada and Australia, specialising in the regional sector. We offer aircraft marketing and asset management services to a large client base worldwide. To date we have concluded more than 500 aircraft related transactions for around 200 clients to a value of approximately $950 million. Skyworld Aviation is one of the leading players in the Embraer used market, having concluded over 85 Embraer jet related transactions to date.
Republic Airways Holdings Inc., based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is an airline holding company that owns Republic Airlines and Shuttle America, collectively called “the airlines.” As of Dec. 8, 2015, the airlines operate a combined fleet of about 200 aircraft and offer scheduled passenger service with approximately 1,100 flights daily to about 120 cities in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean through fixed-fee flights operated under our major airline partner brands of American Eagle, Delta Connection and United Express. The airlines currently employ about 6,200 aviation professionals. For more about Republic Airways, please visit www.rjet.com.
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