近期货机交易实况

UPS签收第二架波音747-8F 该货机是UPS与波音公司签订的十四架波音747-8F订单中的第二架飞机。 ATSG签收一架波音767-300BDSF 这架原隶属于美国航空的飞机,经航空运输服务集团(ATSG)交由Bedek航空集团进行货机改造。《空运通讯》注意到,今年9月下旬为Bedek货机改造业务的里程碑,其交付了第100架的波音767改造货机(包括60架波音767-200BDSF,以及40架波音767-300BDSF)。 卡利塔航空签收另一架波音767-300 总部位于美国的卡利塔航空,已将这架原隶属于Transaero航空的飞机飞抵墨西哥城机场(MEX),将由Bedek航空集团进行货机改造。 Vallair签收一架波音737-400F 这架原隶属于Enter Air航空的飞机,由总部位于卢森堡的飞机租赁公司Vallair获得,交由Aeronautical Engineers来进行货机改造。 Cargo Air航空收获一架波音737-400 总部位于保加利亚的Cargo Air航空,将这家原隶属于Enter Air航空的飞机,交由Aeronautical Engineers来进行货机改造。
  • Charles Kauffman
  • October 31, 2017

K-Mile航空,短暂停运后恢复国际航班

2015年6月,国际民航组织(ICAO)批评泰国民航局(CAAT)的安全标准,促成了一系列的彻底改革,最终导致了泰国民航局要求所有航空公司重新申请机场运营操作。据此,总共有12家航空公司错过了申请的最后期限(2017年9月12日),其中包括总部位于爱尔兰的ASL航空集团子公司K-Mile航空。此后,泰国总理签署了一项限制该12家航空公司运营国际航班的指令。根据ch-aviation的报道,K-Mile航空迅速反应,并顺利的更新了其运营操作证书,于9月下旬恢复运营。K-Mile航空在亚洲区域航线内,投运了三架波音737-400F,其主要运力均为DHL快递服务。
  • Charles Kauffman
  • October 9, 2017

Modern Logistics commences operations

After a few years in a prolonged “start-up” state, Brazilian all-cargo carrier, Modern Logistics launched operations earlier this week, with its first revenue flight between Campinas Viracopos (VCP) and Recife (REC) with its sole 737-400F. Back in early 2015, it appeared the carrier was poised for immediate rapid growth, but until now, such growth never […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • June 15, 2017

E-commerce drives express fleet expansion — Part III

Today we conclude our three-part analysis of the worldwide express fleet. In Part I, we started with some background, and then a look at some of the smaller (and perhaps more interesting) companies. In Part II we looked at changes to the fleets of two of the three biggest players – FedEx and UPS. Today with finish with […]
  • David Harris
  • April 14, 2017

Air Incheon orders more narrowbody conversions on higher cross-border demand

Today, PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) announced it had reached an agreement with South Korea-based Air Incheon to convert a 737-400 (25857) into freighter configuration. As cross-border trade expands in the region, Air Incheon has found itself once again looking for more capacity. Last October, Air Incheon secured long-term leasing agreements for three 737-800 freighter-conversions […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • April 4, 2017

Jet Time ends freighter ops

Jørgen Holme, CEO of Denmark-based Jet Time, announced that his airline would end cargo operations, with the phase-out taking place “in a controlled process during 2017.” Jet Time currently operates five 737-400Fs on an ACMI basis for ASL Airlines Belgium in support of TNT Express in Europe. Two of the five are leased from Kahala […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • December 10, 2016

Shakeup down under

Changing business relationships in Australia and New Zealand are having a big impact on the air freight scene. Virgin Australia has for some time had an agreement with Australia-based forwarder and logistics services provider Toll Group, under which Toll managed the carrier’s Australian cargo (and used the Virgin Australia fleet to move much of its […]
  • David Harris
  • June 26, 2015

ASL rebrands

Ireland-based ASL Aviation Group is rebranding its four Europe-based airlines under a new “ASL Airlines” name. Following its acquisition of the Farnair Group last year, ASL owns, controls, or has significant stakes in seven airlines: Air Contractors (Ireland), Europe Airpost (France), Farnair Switzerland, Farnair Hungary, QuikJet (India), K-Mile (Thailand), and Safair (South Africa). As part […]
  • David Harris
  • June 8, 2015
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