IBA sells a Falcon 900DX
The International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) has sold a Dassault Falcon 900DX on behalf of its owner.
The 2006 build Falcon 900DX (MSN 604) was sold to Chartright Air In Canada. The aircraft is now registered C-GFLU.
IBA managed the remarketing of the aircraft, along with the technical project management and delivery to the new owner.
Ken Sewell, IBA’s head of aircraft transaction management, said “We are very pleased to successfully conclude this project and sale. IBA’s extensive experience of working with the regulatory authorities, combined with our strong knowledge of the manufacturer and the aircraft type, helped to streamline all the aspects of the transaction enabling us to achieve buyer and seller pricing expectations.”
Following delivery to Chartright Air at Farnborough Airport, the aircraft was flown to Montreal Canada to be based.
Owen Geach, Chief Commercial Officer said, “This successful sale demonstrates IBA’s global network and professional capabilities to both technically manage and sell commercial and corporate aircraft of all types. This is the team’s sixth such business aircraft sale in the past two years.”