SkyWorks Leasing is planning to sell seventeen ex-LATAM Airlines Group aircraft, including eleven A321-200s, four B787-9s, and two A350-900s, in a public auction scheduled for April 14, 2021.

The entire complement of jets is currently stored at Victorville airport and will be sold on an "as-is, where-is" basis. Skyworks said the six widebodies were off-lease, while the eleven A321s have been committed back to LATAM on long-term leases due to begin in the second quarter of 2021, subject to bankruptcy court approval.

The list includes:

  • A350-900s N8936W (msn 24) and N982DJ (msn 27), which are 5.3 and 5.1 years old and were previously operated by LATAM Airlines Brasil,
  • B787-9s N8904W (msn 38459), N8903W (msn 38461), N931DJ (msn 38478), and N8906W (msn 38479), which are between 5.3 and 5.6 years of age and were previously operated by LATAM Airlines,
  • A321-200s N891NW (msn 6698), N891EB (msn 6894), and N890SW (msn 6899), which were previously operated by LATAM Express; N495MN (msn 6780), N891PW (msn 6797), and N682GY (msn 7036), which were previously operated by LATAM Airlines; and N891ZW (msn 6798), N891KW (msn 6895), N891HW (msn 6949), N891LW (msn 7005), and N891QW (msn 7081), which were previously operated by LATAM Airlines Brasil.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, excluding undelivered aircraft and stored B737 MAX, the ex-LATAM aircraft are among the youngest units in a pool of 656 aircraft currently stored at the Californian airport.