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Fifth CAM 767 destined for Amazon this year redelivered

Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), the leasing arm of Air Transport Services Group (ATSG), has taken redelivery of another 767-300BDSF (26913, ex-Air New Zealand) [FAT 005105]. This aircraft is the fifth 767 to be leased by CAM to Amazon in 2019 and will be operated by ATSG affiliate carrier Air Transport International (ATI) [FAT 005108 and […]

4Q revenue up, profit down, but ATSG sees blue skies ahead

Air Transport Services Group reported fourth-quarter net income of US$1.5 million, down 89.6% from 4Q15, as revenue rose 22.1% to $222 million. Operating income (EBIT) for the quarter was down 19.6% to $18 million. However, both the net income and operating income figures come with significant asterisks, and mean very little on their own. As […]

Stateside 757s for DHL

On August 28, Cargo Facts brought you in-depth coverage of DHL’s ongoing revamp of its U.S. air operations. The sunset landing you see here is one component of that revamp. This 757 is operated by Air Transport International (ATI) on behalf of DHL and operates a scheduled weekday west coast run between Los Angeles, Portland, […]

ATSG reports a strong quarter, will expand owned fleet

US-based Air Transport Services Group reported second-quarter net income up 37.5% y-o-y to $9.5 million, as total revenue rose 8.9% to $189.4 million. Operating income for the quarter was up 27.9% to $18.1 million. ATSG is the world’s biggest lessor of medium widebody freighters, with a 57-unit fleet, including nine 767-300 and forty 767-200 freighters. […]

Sunset on the BAX Network

With the news that DB Schenker will shutter the BAX Global network, it seems like time might be running out for at least some of Air Transport International’s pretty 70-series DC-8s. With the youngest DC-8’s pushing forty years of age, there remain just three U.S. operators running the type – Astar, ATI, and National. ATI […]
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