Air Mauritius (MK, Mauritius) has put part of its wholly-owned fleet of aircraft - two A340-300s, one A330-200, and two A319-100s - up for sale as part of its fundraising drive.

According to a Request For Proposals (RFP) published on July 7, the aircraft in question are:

  • A340-300s 3B-NBD (msn 194) and 3B-NBE (msn 268);
  • A330-200 3B-NBL (msn 1057);
  • A319-100s 3B-NBF (msn 1592) and 3B-NBH (msn 1936).

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module:

  • A340-300 3B-NBD is 22.79 years of age and as of March 31, 2020, had amassed 93,546 hours via 13,615 cycles. A340-300 3B-NBE is 21.28 years of age and, as of March 31, 2020, had amassed 89,519 hours via 13,019 cycles;
  • A330-200 3B-NBL is 10.79 years of age, is powered by General Electric CF6-80E1A3s, and had amassed 43,846 hours via 8,471 cycles as of March 31, 2020;
  • A319 3B-NBF is 18.83 years of age and amassed 43,750 hours via 16,402 cycles as of March 31, 2020. A319 3B-NBH is 17.38 years of age and amassed 40,910 hours via 14,734 cycles as of March 31, 2020.

Proposals are due by 1600L (1200Z) on August 11, 2020.

The dormant carrier, which is battling to stave off bankruptcy, also owns two A350-900s and a single ATR72-500.