West Atlantic sells Electra

WEST Atlantic has sold one of its Lockheed Electra (L188) turboprop fleet to the Canadian operator Conair. Conair bought the aircraft for US$2 million.Tony Auld, West Atlantic’s managing director, said: “The aircraft has already been delivered and I am sure will do sterling work in Western Canada”.Earlier this week BAE Systems Regional Aircraft announced the sale of a three ATP aircraft to West Atlantic bringing the airline’s fleet up to 43.

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