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 […]

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 […]

MasAir expands with 767-300BDSF

Mexico-based MasAir is expanding its fleet by leasing a 767-300BDSF (24853, ex-ABX Air) under a long-term agreement with Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), the leasing division of Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) [FAT 005517]. MasAir told Cargo Facts the aircraft will operate under its own air operator’s certificate (AOC) starting in August and will be flying […]

MasAir 767-300ERF

MasAir is a Mexican Cargo operator based at Benito Juárez Int’l (MEX) started in 1992. Partially owned by, and affiliated with LAN, it is one of that company’s multiple Cargo satellites. Like LAN Cargo, LANCO (of Columbia), and ABSA (in Brasil), MasAir is a big fan of the 767-300ERF and the entire fleet consists of […]
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