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Regulations expert Atlas facilitates King Air C90 sale
Atlas has sold to an American customer a twin-engine turboprop aircraft with a pressurised cabin. With a range of 2,334 km, the King Air C90 is designed to carry six to eight passengers.
The King Air C90 GTi reached its US customer by travelling from Germany via Scotland, Iceland, Greenland and Canada.

Atlas Air Service, a German full service provider for business aircraft, has recently sold a Beechcraft King Air C90 GTi to a client in the USA.

Since October 2019 Atlas Air Service has been an independent in aircraft trader, having previously been an authorised sales representative for Bell and Cessna Citation, before switching to Embraer Executive Jets in 2015. Several aircraft have already been successfully brokered between aircraft sellers and buyers by Atlas Air Service. The German business aviation expert also buys and sells pre-owned aircraft at its own risk.

“We take over the entire purchase procedure, from aircraft purchase to its resale, in this case to an US customer. Selling an aircraft abroad, including its re-registration, requires professional expertise and a thorough knowledge of the legal and complex aviation regulations," says sales director Hans Doll.

The aircraft sold to the USA is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft with a pressurised cabin. With a range of 2,334 km, the King Air C90 is designed to carry six to eight passengers. The jet was transferred last week by flying from Germany via Scotland, Iceland, Greenland and Canada to Tampa in Florida, USA.

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