SOURCE: Global Aircraft Solutions, Inc.

March 13, 2008 14:43 ET

Global Aircraft Solutions Announces the Sale of an MD82

TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwire - March 13, 2008) - Global Aircraft Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: GACF) today announced that it has sold one MD82 aircraft (MSN 49364) to an undisclosed Ukrainian operator. The Company is using the sale proceeds for working capital and to permanently reduce the principal amount of its senior debt.

John Sawyer, President of Global Aircraft Solutions, commented, "We are pleased to have sold the MD82 aircraft that was part of our settlement agreement with BCI. We continue to aggressively pursue the sale of the four 737-200s still remaining from our settlement with BCI and we hope to finalize and announce these additional sales transactions in the near term. Once completed, the sale of these aircraft will allow the Company to continue improving its operating liquidity and further reduce its senior debt."

About Global Aircraft Solutions, Inc. -

Global Aircraft Solutions, Inc. is an integrated aviation company engaged in aircraft trading, aircraft parts sales, and scheduled maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for commercial airlines, charter airlines and aviation leasing companies. Hamilton Aerospace and World Jet, both wholly owned divisions of Global Aircraft Solutions, operate from facilities comprising approximately 25 acres located at Tucson International Airport. These facilities include hangars, workshops, warehouses, offices and other buildings. Notable customers include Avolar Airlines, Jetran International, Goodrich Corporation, AAR, the Mexican Government, Afrijet Airlines, Pegasus Aviation, Aloha Airlines, Alant Soyuz, United Breweries Holdings and Global Aircraft Leasing Partners.

Global's website is located at The Hamilton Aerospace website is located at

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