DVB and Cabot to market converted 747-400SFs

DVB Aviation Asset Management has announced that it has appointed Cabot Aviation to jointly work together to remarket six B747-400 freighter aircraft.
The aircraft are being acquired as passenger aircraft from May 2009 through the first quarter of 2011 and will be converted to freighters at the IAI/Bedek facility in Tel Aviv. The first aircraft is being offered for delivery in October 2009 with three further deliveries in 2010 and the last two in the first half of 2011.
Jon Skirrow, managing director of DVB Aviation Asset Management, said: “We have chosen to work with Cabot Aviation on this project as both ourselves and Cabot have had recent success placing both B747 passenger and cargo aircraft and we feel that by combining our resources and experience in this sector, we can ensure that these aircraft are successfully placed on the best financial and commercial terms.”

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