Asian Air Services purchasing and leasing aircraft to its esteemed airline customers around the globe. We invests exclusively in current, modern and in-demand aircraft.
Our portfolio comprises a balance of new and old aircraft directly procured from the owner or manufacturer together with young aircraft acquired through sale and leaseback transactions. Offering a wide range of aircraft types and backed by a global team of technical experts and industry specialists, Asian Air Services is best positioned to provide you with the perfect fleet solution to enable your business to grow.
With Airworthiness condition & Additional options available ready for immediately inspection.
30%-50% FINANCING OPTION AVAILABLE FOR APPROVED BUYERS
|Flight Operations Manager||1|
|Engineers||3 + 3 Mechanics|
|Security & Helpers.||4|
06 months aircraft under supervised operations with Crew, Maintenance and Insurance provided as a package;
Daily Aircraft Operations
We will assist you with the establishment and initial operations of your aircraft, including establishing a flight department, selecting a crew, and establishing contracts with maintenance providers and the FBO, including the following services:
OUR AIRCRAFT OFFER
Aircraft is in immaculate condition with luxurious interior;
-Last user is the Vice President of a Country;
-Aircraft preparation and final maintenance;
-Attractive Price –Best Price in the Market.
-Option for Support for Maintenance and Operations;
Unit Available: 5
The ATR is the World’s best selling turboprop aircraft.
The ATR 72 is recognised as the most cost-effective, reliable regional aircraft, positioning it as the industry reference to serve both low-cost/low yield environments.
Powered by PW127 engines, the ATR 72-500 provides outstanding short field performance for an aircraft of this size, even on difficult “hot and high” airfields.
Unit Available: 8
The ATR 72-600 Series takes advantage of the latest innovations in the cockpit technology with simplified, integrated LCD advanced functions, enhancing safety, improved handling for pilots, in addition to maintenance cost saving and significant weight reduction.
New technological innovations are being incorporated in the ATR 72-600 Series to further enhance the feeling of space, comfort and the pleasure of flying. The ATR 72-600 benefits from the widest cabin in the turboprop market, with the new Armonia cabin, new ergonomic design for greater comfort, new seats and wider overhead bins with 30% more roller bags stowage.
Equipped with 2 engines PW 127M, the ATR 72-600 features enhanced performance on "hot and high" conditions with the "boost" option. In addition, with the RTO (Reserve Take-Off) option, the aircraft can increase take-off weight and payload up to 1,000 Kg (2,000 lbs) on challenging airports with very short runways.
The ATR 72-600 is the lowest seat per mile cost aircraft on the 70 seat segment, thanks to significantly lower fuel and maintenance costs compared to its competitors.
Unit Available: 5
150-seat Airbus A 320 turned out to be world's fastest-selling jet airliner. This is the first aircraft in the world to have The Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM) concept. This system constantly displays information concerning the aircraft's engines, as well as other key systems such as flight controls, pneumatics and hydraulics, to the pilots. ECAM also provides automatic warning of system failures and displays an electronic checklist to assist in handling the failure. It was also the first narrow-body airliner.
Two modifications, А 320-100 and А 320-200 with a capacity of 130 and 150 passengers respectively, were designed first. Subsequently both airliners were expanded to seat up to 150 passengers.
The airliner performed its maiden flight on 22 February 1987.
The A 320 has given rise to a family of aircraft which share a common design but are larger (A 321) and smaller (A 319 and A 318).
Two engines CFM International CFM56-5 or International Aero Engines IAE V2500-A1, V2527-A5.
|First flight||22 February 1987.|
|Empty weight||42200 kg|
|Maximum take-off weight||73500 kg|
|Cruise speed||903 kmh|
|Service ceiling||11250 m|
|B 737-600||B 737-700||B 737-800|
CFM56-7B, 22, 700 lb.
CFM56-7B, 24, 200 lb.
CFM56-7B, 27, 300 lb.
|Standard seat pitch||31-33 in.||31-33 in.||31-33 in.|
|Plus seat pitch||33-36 in.||33-36 in.||33-36 in.|
|Cruise speed||530 mph/850 kph/460 knots||530 mph/850 kph/460 knots||530 mph/850 kph/460 knots|
|Maximum altitude||41,000 ft./12,500 m||41,000 ft./12,500 m||41,000 ft./12,500 m|
|Range||3,500 mi./5,635 km||3,800 mi./6,115 km||3,521 mi./5,667 km|
|Wingspan||112 ft. 7 in./34.3 m||112 ft. 7 in./34.3 m||112 ft. 7 in./34.3 m|
|Length||102 ft. 6 in./31.20 m||110 ft. 4 in./33.6 m||129 ft. 6 in./39.5 m|
|Tail height||41 ft. 2 in./12.5 m||41 ft. 2 in./12.5 m||41 ft. 2 in./12.5 m|
|Unit Available: 3
|Unit Available: 9
Unit Available: 5
About the Boeing 767-300
|Engine||General Electric CF6-80C2B6|
|Standard seat pitch||31 in.|
|Plus seat pitch||38 in.|
|Cruise speed||530 mph/850 kmph/460 knots|
|Maximum altitude||43,000 ft./13,100 m|
|Range||5,130 nautical miles/9,500 KM|
|Wingspan||167 ft./50.9 m|
|Length||180 ft. 3 in./54.9 m|
|Tail height||52 ft./15.8 m|