JAL 747-400. Photo: Courtesy, oneworld. Coral Gables, Fla.-based AerSale said Thursday it has acquired 19 747-400s from Japan Airlines, which is in the midst of an aggressive bankruptcy restructuring and made the decision this year to retire its 747-400 fleet. AerSale CEO Nicolas Finazzo said the 19 aircraft are "the remaining 747-400 passenger aircraft in JAL's fleet" (ATW Daily News, Sept. 1). He called the purchase "a substantial financial commitment to ...

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