Дата: 22-08-18 11:44

Ex-Qatar Amiri 747-8I under sales contract

FlightGlobal understands that an executive-configured Boeing 747-8I formerly used by the Qatari government is under contract ahead of completion of sale to a new owner.

The aircraft, MSN42096, had been put on the market by Swiss-based specialist AMAC Aerospace.

Flight Fleets Analyzer lists the aircraft – manufactured in 2012, and powered by General Electric GEnx-2B engines – as having entered service in early 2015.

It operated in the colours of the Qatari Amiri flight, which conducts exclusive transport services for the emirate’s royal family and senior members of its government. The company has at least three other 747-8Is on the Qatari register.

The aircraft being sold bears a Bermuda registration, VQ-BSK, and its owned by Worldwide Aircraft Holding.

While the 747-8I has been listed for sale, FlightGlobal understands from a source familiar with the situation that the aircraft is under contract, although the transaction completion schedule and the identities of the parties involved have not been disclosed.

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Its plush interior features a master state room in the nose, a main-deck lounge for 14 passengers, and a separate conference room with a 6.2m dining table.

There is a guest bedroom and separate medical room in the aft fuselage, along with executive and staff seating areas.

Its upper deck is split into a lounge, a first-class cabin, and a crew rest zone. The jet also has multiple bathrooms, galleys, and the décor is finished with paintings and other works of art.

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Источник информации: Flight Global

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