OCRA Aerospace notches up 328 Jet sale

MEBA Convention News » 2010
December 8, 2010, 12:45 AM

OCRA Aerospace (Stand E225) has announced the sale of a Dornier 328 Jet to an undisclosed customer in southeast Asia. The aircraft, which is on static display here at MEBA, has been sold on behalf of Texas-based Comtran, which outfitted the aircraft with its luxury Revolution 12-passenger interior. The sticker price was $7.55 million. Comtran has nine more 328s available for conversion to VVIP standards, the process taking around five to six months per aircraft.

OCRA Aerospace is exhibiting at MEBA for the first time, although the company has been providing aviation services since 1975. Its headquarters are in the Isle of Man, UK, and an aircraft sales and consultancy team has been recently established in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. The company has 20 offices worldwide, providing a range of bespoke services. The acquisition and disposal of aircraft draws on the company's long experience and wide-reaching networks to identify options that fit the buyer's or seller's needs. OCRA can arrange pre-purchase appraisals.

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