MasAir eyes European ACMI operations

Mexico-based MasAir has been certified as a third-country operator (TCO) by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), authorizing it for commercial operations into and within the EU. MasAir told Cargo Facts the new certification allows the carrier to grow its newly established ACMI business unit. While the exact cities to which the carrier plans […]

Cargo Three prepares for A300F launch

Panama-based Cargo Three will soon launch operations with its first A300B4-200F (227, ex-AeroUnion). JMB Aviation Group, parent of Cargo Three, told Cargo Facts it expects to put the aircraft into service in about a month, after approval by the Panamanian authorities. For now, unit 227 is stored at Orlando Sanford (SFB), where it was ferried […]

Top 25 carrier rankings scrambled by fleet changes

While the mix of carriers in the top-five bracket remained the same in 2019, the order in which they are ranked looks very different compared to a year ago, thanks to changes to their freighter fleets.  In our list of Top 25 Carriers by total FTKs, the top five leaders collectively added a net of twenty-three freighters in 2019. The […]

Cargojet to end 2020 with 25 freighters

Canada-based Cargojet Airways will add another 767-300F and expects to have twenty-five freighters in service by the end of 2020. The fleet will consist of nine leased 767-300Fs, five owned 767-300Fs, one leased 767-200F, two owned 767-200Fs, and eight owned 757-200Fs. According to Cargojet’s second-quarter results, released Aug. 6, the carrier executed a letter of intent […]

ATSG’s 767F commitment boosts Q2 earnings

Air Transport Services Group’s (ATSG) commitment to and investment in 767 freighters saw the company’s operating income jump by 74% year on year to $32.5 million on an adjusted basis for the second quarter. Total revenue at ATSG’s dry-leasing division, Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), for the quarter was 8% higher than a year ago, attributed […]

Atlas Air flies high on charters

On the back of what President and CEO John Dietrich called “an exceptional quarter,” Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings reported an adjusted net income of $123.2 million for the three months ended June 30, 2020, compared to $4.5 million for the same period in 2019. The charter segment was a significant contributor to the second-quarter performance. […]

AeroUnion streamlines freighter fleet

Mexico-based AeroUnion is not looking to make any additional fleet changes, at least for now. The airline’s latest disposal, an A300 (227) that will shortly be joining Panama-based Cargo Three, was the last of AeroUnion’s A300B4-200Fs. The carrier confirmed to Cargo Facts that unit 227 had been sold in February in accordance with its strategy […]

UPS strategy pivot limits fleet growth

UPS’ new CEO Carol Tomé, who took over the reins from David Abney on June 1, outlined a new direction for the company that will prioritize higher-quality revenue streams over volume growth. Future fleet additions and capital investments will be more rigidly scrutinized, which could restrain further fleet growth for UPS. “What we have done […]
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