Saga buys two planes leased by CTA

Two Boeing 737-800 jetliners, previously leased by the now defunct Cyprus Turkish Airlines, have been purchased by Saga Airlines.

Both planes were grounded when CTA got into financial difficulties and went bankrupt.

The planes were initially reclaimed by leasing company Sojizt but have now been transferred to Saga, a Turkish airline company founded in 2004.

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