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SkyQuest International Announces Sale of Fairchild Merlin 300 Aircraft



SkyQuest International Announces Sale of Fairchild Merlin 300 Aircraft

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA – Wednesday, May 3, 2017 – SkyQuest International, LLC is pleased to announced the sale of one (1) 1982 Fairchild Merlin 300 (Serial Number TT-512) on behalf of Apache Aviation based in Darois, France.

About SkyQuest International, LLC
SkyQuest International is a global aircraft sales, remarketing, acquisition and appraisal firm. Our knowledge and integrity in the secondary aircraft market as exclusive agents is reflected by decades of experience. SkyQuest International is a leader in commercial aircraft sales and acquisitions – serving operators, lenders, leasing companies and asset management groups on a global scale and has vast inventory of previously owned aircraft available for immediate sale. Visit SkyQuest’s web site at http://www.skyquestinternational.com for more information.

Greg Melang
President / CEO

SkyQuest International, LLC
2715 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem NC 27106  USA

✈ Office +1-336-722-1616
✈ Fax +1-336-722-1655


Quest Aircraft’s KODIAK 100 Receives EASA Certification


Quest Aircraft’s KODIAK 100 Receives EASA Certification

April 6, 2017 – Quest Aircraft announced today that the KODIAK 100 has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification.

“This is a significant milestone for the KODIAK 100 program. With its STOL capabilities the KODIAK will allow European operators with large payloads to access many more airstrips and locations that would previously have proven difficult,” said Rob Wells, CEO of Quest Aircraft. “We anticipate that Europe will play an important role in the continued growth of our company, even more so now with the recent and very welcome regulation changes in regards to single-engine turboprop commercial operations.”



Europe Approves Commercial Single-Engine Turbine IFR Operations

The European Union finally approved IFR commercial air transport operations for single-engine turboprop aircraft night flights as of March 1, 2017 – ending a 20 year industry campaign. To view the Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/363 detailing the amendment, click here.