The Uruguayan government has auctioned seven of bankrupt Pluna’s Bombardier CRJ900ERs to Spanish charter operator Cosmo for $137 million, a source close to the airline tells Aviation Week. The government did not reveal plans for the remaining six CRJ900ERs. Last month, the government postponed the auction, saying it wanted to sell Pluna’s 13 aircraft and route authorities in one bloc to create a new Uruguay-based carrier. A further stipulation was that the winning bidder would take on ...
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