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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1974. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
2800 S ANDREWS AVE
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33316, USA
USA (United States of America) was established in 1776, it covers an area of 9,363,123 sq km, its population is 280 million, its capital city is Washington DC, and its official language is English.
OCTOBER 1995: TO ANTIGUA, ARUBA, BARBADOS, BELIZE, CANCUN, CRACAO, DOMINICA, FORT DE FRANCE, GRENADA, GUYANA, MEXICO CITY, MONTSERRAT, PORT OF SPAIN, POINT-A-PITRE, SAN JUAN, ST KITTS, ST LUCIA, ST MAARTEN AND ST VINCENT. APPLIED FOR GUADELAJARA.
SCHEDULED CARGO SERVICE, MIAMI (MIA) TO PORT-AU-PRINCE HAITI.
1 727-200AF (JT8D-9A) DELIVERY.
DECEMBER 1995: 4 727-200'S (JT8D-7B), EX-AERON AVIATION.
JANUARY 1996: 1 727-200AF (JT8D-15).
FEBRUARY 1996: NEW STATION AT TORONTO, FOR ROUTES TO MEXICO, CARIBBEAN, CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA. DAVID BASSETT, PRESIDENT SAYS THIS IS 6TH STATION IN NORTH AMERICA, 25TH IN AMERICAS.
MAY 1996: PEMCO WORLD AIR SERVICE MAINTENANCE, FOR 6 727-200F'S.
JULY 1996: TO GEORGETOWN, GUYANA. TO OPEN CARGO FACILITY, AT PIARCO INTNL AIRPORT, PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD.
AUGUST 1996: LARRY BORNEMANN, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE, RESIGNED.
SEPTEMBER 1996: ALL CARGO SERVICE TO VENEZUELA, WITH 727-100F, 45,000 LBS CAPACITY, & 727-200F, 60,000 LBS TO CARACAS, VALENCIA, MARACAIBO, AND MARGARITA.
NOVEMBER 1996: 1 +1 ORDER (APRIL 1997) 727-200 (22608; 22609) EX-(COT).
FEBRUARY 1997: JOHN MCBRYAN, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE. TIM SMYER, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL.
1996 = 106.8 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (77.3 MILLION).
MARCH 1997: 727-2X3 (22608), EX-(COT).
JUNE 1997: 487 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 66 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
JULY 1997: 1996 = +$3.81 MILLION (+$8.95 MILLION) (NET PROFIT).
JOHN MCBRYAN, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE RESIGNED. TIM SMYERHAS, CHIEF INSPECTOR, FORT LAUDERDALE RESIGNED. SCOTT HICKMAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL AT ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. JOHN MCBRYAN, DIRECTOR PROGRAMS & PLANNING, (MIB).
AUGUST 1997: CARGO SERVICE, MIAMI TO ARUBA. NOW TO 18 DESTINATIONS, IN CARIBBEAN, & 34 NORTH AMERICA, & LATIN AMERICA.
OCTOBER 1997: JOE VENUTO, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE (EX-SENIOR DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES, LAKER (LAK).
2 727-200 MAINTENANCE CONTRACT TO PEMCO, DOTHAN, ALABAMA.
DECEMBER 1997: MIAMI (MIA) - BELIZE CITY.
JANUARY 1998: THE (FAA) FOUND "SERIOUS DEFICIENCIES" INCLUDING IMPROPERLY SECURED CARGO. AMERIJET (AMJ) VOLUNTARILY CEASED OPERATIONS TO AVOID HAVING THE (FAA) SUSPEND ITS AIR OPERATING CERTIFICATE (AOC). (AMJ) WAS OPERATING 17 727'S. THE (FAA) SUBSEQUENTLY ALLOWED "LIMITED OPERATIONS" WITH 3 AIRPLANES.
LATER, THE (FAA) OK'S FULL RETURN TO SERVICE WITH NO LIMITATIONS.
APRIL 1998: 727-46F (18878) AND 727-100F (19427) SOLD TO NORTHERN AIR CARGO, (NAC) ANCHORAGE, ALASKA.
MAY 1998: SELLS ALL 727-100'S & REPLACES WITH 727-200'S. 1 727-200F (21947), EX-CONTINENTAL MICRONESIA (MCR) FROM INTREPID AVIATION, TENNESEE, INCLUDING 2 ORDERS (JANUARY & OCTOBER 1999) (21426; 21427).
SEPTEMBER 1998: PAUL MARKS, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL.
OCTOBER 1998: TRANSFERS ITS FLIGHTS TO FORT LAUDERDALE - HOLLYWOOD, BROWARD AIRPORT. PLANS TO BUILD A NEW HANGAR & OFFICE SPACE AT BROWARD. ITS NEW MAINTENANCE HANGAR COST $27 MILLION.
FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1997 = +$5.08 MILLION (+$3.8 MILLION).
DECEMBER 1998: NOW 7TH-RANKED CARGO CARRIER AT (MIA), GREW 24% IN 1ST 6 MONTHS 1998, CARRYING 42,000 TONS.
JANUARY 1999: 727-100C (19134) TO AIRCRAFT INVESTMENTS ASSOCIATES, LEASED TO TRANS CONTINENTAL (TCN). 727-227F (N794AJ) HAS WINGLETS.
MARCH 1999: 1 727-2F9 (21426, N83428), EX-CONTINENTAL MICRONESIA (MCR) VIA INTREPID.
APRIL 1999: 672 EMPLOYEES. (email@example.com).
MAY 1999: JUAN MORALES, SENIOR VP CARGO.
DESCRIBES ITSELF AS THE "ONLY FULL-TIME, SCHEDULED, ALL-CARGO AIRLINE SERVING THE CARIBBEAN, LATIN AMERICA, AND MEXICO."
JULY 1999: MOVED ITS ENTIRE AIR OPERATIONS FROM MIAMI TO FORT LAUDERDALE. RECEIVING/HANDLING REMAINS AT MIAMI.
NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = +$1.07 MILLION (+$5.08 MILLION) (NET PROFIT): 129.9 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (133.8 MILLION); 54.3% LF LOAD FACTOR (-5).
1 727-2F9 (21427), EX-CONTINENTAL MICRONESIA (MCR), INTREPID (INL) LEASED.
DECEMBER 1999: FRANK GUMINA, SENIOR VP CARGO OPERATIONS REPLACES JUAN MORALES. CARLO POSTELL, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL, EX-PLANET AIRWAYS (PLN).
MARCH 2000: JULIO BERRARD, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE, REPLACES JOE VENUTO, WHO RESIGNED.
TOP 10 CARGO OPERATORS AT MIAMI IN 1999 TONS (1,000):
1 TLS 260 (+13.7%); 2 AAL 171 (-6.5%); 3 CHA 141 (-1.9%); 4 ARW 119 (+9.4%); 5 TMP 118 (+8.3%); 6 FNE 112 (-30%); 7 CKF 92 (-34.1%); 8 UPS 70 (+20.3%); 9 UAL 58 (-6.4%); 10 AMJ 44 (-46.5%).
OPENS SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN HUB, IN GRANADA, AS PART OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
APRIL 2000: 840 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 111 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
JULY 2000: 1999 = +$171,000 (+$1.07 MILLION): 179.71 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (-4.9%); 840 EMPLOYEES (+25%).
FEBRUARY 2001: WITH AIR FREIGHT OPERATIONS TO 27 DESTINATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN, IS LAYING OFF 75 EMPLOYEES, (15%).
ONLY USING HALF OF ITS 12 BOEING (TBC) FREIGHTER FLEET, THROUGH NOT RENEWING SUB-CONTRACT WITH EMERY WORLD (EAF), WHEN THEY LOST A $7.2 MILLION CONTRACT FROM THE USA POSTAL SERVICE (USPS), GIVEN TO FEDEX (FED).
APRIL 2001: 840 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 111 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
OWNED BY DAVID BASSETT (100%).
MAY 2001: CARL BIGGS, SAFETY OFFICER.
JUNE 2001: 727-224F (20660) SOLD TO PROVIDENT BANK.
AUGUST 2001: MIAMI TO BARCELONA (VENEZUELA) (727-200F, WEEKLY), ONE OF WORLD'S RICHEST SOURCES OF OIL AND GAS.
FILES FOR REORGANIZATION UNDER CHAPTER 11 WITH NO INTERRUPTION IN ITS DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS. ONE OF CAUSES WAS FEDEX'S (FED) TAKEOVER OF A POSTAL SERVICE CONTRACT FROM EMERY (EAF), WHICH CAUSED A LOSS OF A MAJOR AIRPLANE CHARTER CONTRACT FOR (AMJ), AND IDLED 6 727'S. HAS LAID OFF -22, OF 400 EMPLOYEES. STILL OPERATES 32 FLIGHTS/WEEK, TO 26 DESTINATIONS.
OCTOBER 2001: STILL UNDER BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION, REACHES DEAL WITH PRIVATE EQUITY FIRM, "H I G CAPITAL" TO REORGANIZE (AMJ), BUY ITS FORT LAUDERDALE HQ BUILDING FOR $2 MILLION AND LEASE IT BACK, AND INJECTS $1 MILLION CASH. WILL OBTAIN NEW CREDIT TO REPAY (AMJ)'S SECURED LENDER, BANK OF AMERICA $5.5 MILLION AND PROVIDE ADDITIONAL WORKING CAPITAL. PLANS TO REDUCE ITS FLEET TO 6 AIRPLANES. (HIG) CAPITAL, FLORIDA, ACQUIRES 66% OF (AMJ). (AMJ) OWNER WILL RETAIN 33%. EXPECTS TO EMERGE FROM CHAPTER 11 IN NOVEMBER 2001.
RETURNS 12 727-200F'S TO LESSORS, AND LEASES BACK 5.
JANUARY 2002: EMERGES FROM CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY REORGANIZATION.
(HIG) CAPITAL, MIAMI-BASED, VENTURE CAPITAL FIRM, AND ITS FOUNDER, CEO, DAVID BASSETT JOINTLY OWN (AMJ).
July 2002: 2001 = -$24.76 million (-$9.46 million): 94.03 million (FTK) freight traffic (-43.6%).
(firstname.lastname@example.org). 550 employees.
December 2002: Emerged from Chapter 11, jointly owned by its Founder and an affiliate of (HIG) Capital (majority owner) with 5 727-200F's instead of the previous 12.
January 2003: Cargo service from Miami (MIA) to Bonaire Flamingo International Airport, Netherlands Antilles (Wednesdays).
April 2003: 509 employees. (email@example.com).
July 2003: Miami - Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico (727-200F, 2/week, all-cargo).
October 2003: Miami - San Jose (Costa Rica).
Acquires Antillas Air, an air cargo operator who operates services from Miami to Central America and the Dominican Republic using DC-8-63's (ABX) wet-leased.
May 2004: Expands its operations near New York (JFK) with a new facility that increases the carrier's cargo handling and storage space by 8,000 sq ft, including an over-sized dock height loading ramp, four double wide cargo bays and a 24 hour surveillance system. (AMJ) still maintains its primary hub in Miami.
July 2004: 2003 = -$1.4 million.
727-2D3F (21021, N8883Z) & 727-225F (21453, N8880Z), ex-Goodrich Aerospace (BFG), bought from Willis Air Finance.
August 2004: 509 employees.
August 2005: Amerijet International (AMJ) is relocating its Miami hub import and ramp operations to a new 96,000 sq ft ramp facility in the Cargo City area of Miami (MIA). The complex provides ramp access for flight and maintenance crews as well as for direct off-loading of cargo.
August 2006: 727-2K5F (21852, N909PG), ex-Custom Air Transport (CUS), Charter America leased.
September 2006: 577 employees.
January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 112.6 million (FTK)s (-11.94%) freight traffic. SEE ATTACHED - - "AMJ-2007-STATS."
March 2008: 727-2J7F (20879, N128NA), U-Boat Parts leased.
May 2008: Amerijet International (AMJ) is an all-cargo, jet airplane operator providing scheduled services to destinations throughout the Americas, the Caribbean, together with worldwide charter operations.
(IATA) Code: M6 - 810. (ICAO) Code: AJT (Callsign - AMERIJET).
Parent organization/shareholders: HIG Capital (66%); & David Bassett (34%).
Main Base: Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
Hub: Miami International Airport (MIA).
International, Scheduled Destinations: Antigua; Aruba; Barbados; Barcelona; Belize City; Cancun; Curacao; Dominicana; Fort de France; Georgetown; Grenada; Guatemala City; Kingston; Maracaibo; Merida; Mexico City; Pointe-a-Pitre; Porlamar; Port au Prince; Port of Spain; San Juan; San Pedro Sula; San Salvador; Santiago; Santo Domingo; St Kitts; St Lucia; St Maarten; & St Vincent; & Valencia.
June 2008: Amerijet International (AMJ) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes.
September 2008: Amerijet International (AMJ) has 9 pilots (FC) on furlough status; the carrier is currently recalling pilots (FC).
November 2008: 1st 6 months = 43.95 million (FTK)s freight traffic (-27.85%).
March 2009: The International Brotherhood of Teamsters asked the National Mediation Board (NMB) to release it from mediation with Amerijet International (AMJ), and to push for binding arbitration in an effort to reach a collective bargaining agreement. If the (NMB) releases the parties from mediation, and if either of the parties refuses to accept binding arbitration, then - - barring intervention by President Obama - - they will be free to engage in economic self help at the conclusion of a 30-day cooling off period. Typically, self help includes strikes and lockouts.
The (NMB) has represented the pilots (FC) and flight engineers working for (AMJ) since 2004. (AMJ) is a South Florida cargo carrier that is two-thirds owned by Miami-based investment company (HIG) Capital. (AMJ) serves the Caribbean and Latin America and recently announced plans to bring service to Asia and the Middle East.
(AMJ) and the Teamsters have been attempting to reach a collective bargaining agreement for nearly five years. The last three years of negotiations have been supervised and directed by the (NMB) and its team of mediators. The Teamsters informed the (NMB) that the parties are at an impasse in their negotiations after (AMJ) announced that it was unilaterally cutting the employees' wages by -10% and eliminating their 401(k) pension matching contributions.
July 2009: Amerijet International (AMJ) announced its acquisition of a majority interest in Nations Express, a nationwide express trucking company based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Nations Express operates a fleet of approximately 200 trucks in a unique express charter truck service. John R Nash, CFO of (AMJ) stated, "Nations Express represents a company doing all the right things, at the right time, and a company we believe is a unique fit with (AMJ) and our global logistics services. We believe our two companies service customers who desire specialized services and that our products, whether combined or sold separately will be valuable to each of our customers."
This acquisition coincides with (AMJ)'s recent announcement to lease five 767-200F cargo airplanes - - SEE PHOTO - - "AMJ-767-200F-2009-06." These airplanes will compliment its historical fleet of 727-200's. (AMJ) also just announced its acquisition of SRX Transcontinental, a Florida based company specializing in ground handling operations throughout Central Asia, and owner of Avialeasing Aviation Company, an Uzbekistan certificated airline with USA (DOT) Part 129 authority. SRX and Avialeasing market the sales, charter operations, and contract maintenance of Antonov An-12 and An-26 airplanes based from both Uzbekistan and Miami, Florida. These airplanes are known for their ramp loading capabilities, unique winch and crane cargo handling system enabling it to load heavy and oversized cargo, as well as their ability to operate to airports not normally served by other commercial and or cargo airplanes.
September 2009: Amerijet International (AMJ) said it maintained its "commitment, continued focus and strength in providing scheduled cargo services to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America" despite a strike by 62 pilots (FC) and flight engineers represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) that started August 27 following a breakdown in negotiations. The strike is being honored by unions at several other USA carriers, according to the (IBT), which claimed (AMJ) now is attempting to outsource work to foreign airlines. The union claimed that (AMJ) docks pay when pilots (FC) or engineers take sick leave, has not offered raises since 1999 and does not provide food or water on longer flights or lavatories on its 727s. Negotiations began in 2004 and a federal mediator was appointed two years ago.
Later, flight crew (FC) members for (AMJ) approved a first contract with the company. This is the pilots (FC)'s first collective bargaining agreement after five years of negotiations. The pilots (FC) and flight engineers voted 35 to 3 for the contract. The pilots (FC) fly (AMJ)'s five 727s and two leased 767s (early 2010) to and from Miami International Airport, the Caribbean Islands and South America.
"We had tremendous industry support for our (AMJ) pilots (FC)," said Teamsters General President, Jim Hoffa, Teamsters General President. "This contract is a major step forward for the pilots (FC), who first voted for Teamster representation more than five years ago. Now they can look forward to the protections and better wages and working conditions."
"For me, a major part of the contract, in addition to wages and benefits, was finally succeeding in having a revised sick leave policy and the addition of on-board toilet facilities," said Captain Kamal Patel, a pilot (FC) at (AMJ) in Miami. "When we struck (AMJ) a couple of weeks ago they going to make us continue working in the unsanitary conditions we've been suffering in. But, now, with the new contract, the addition of toilet facilities is a written part of the agreement."
October 2009: Amerijet International (AMJ) flight crew (FC), represented by the Teamsters Local 769, have resolved their contract.
March 2010: Amerijet International (AIJ) took delivery of the first of two 767-232F (22215, N741AX) freighters, ex-(ABX) Air on lease from Air Transport Services Group subsidiary Cargo Aircraft Management. The second will arrive this spring. (AMJ) also operates eight 727-200Fs.
July 2010: 2 767-232Fs (22218, N743AX; 22225, N748AX), Cargo Aircraft Management leased, ex-(N106DA & N113DA).
February 2011: Amerijet International (AMJ) is not currently hiring Flight Crew (FC) but is accepting resumes.
January 2012: Amerijet International (AMJ) is not currently hiring but is accepting pilot flight crew (FC) applications. Applicants can download an application on the company web site. See FltOps.com and FAPA.aero.
October 2012: Amerijet International (AMJ) hired 10 flight crew (FC) in September. No more hiring is expected for the remainder of 2012.
August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Amerijet International (AMJ) hired 5 flight crew (FC) in June. All (FC) recalls were to have been done by the end of July.
May 2014: Amerijet International ((IATA) Code: M6, based at Fort Lauderdale International) (AMJ) has agreed to dry-lease two 767-300Fs (24146; & 24407) from the Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) with delivery due for the third quarter of this year. The two freighters currently operating for Air Transport International (TIN), which will be on 6 year leases, will join three other 767-200Fs, currently dry-leased from (ATSG)’s subsidiary, Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), of which one will be returned once the 767-300Fs arrive.
Amerijet (AMJ) has further agreed to extend the lease maturities on the two remaining Boeing 767-200s for 18 months each, into the first quarter of 2019.
Amerijet International (AMJ) will begin new Boeing 767 cargo service from Rickenbacker International Airport in Columbus, Ohio and Reno-Tahoe International in Nevada on July 7. The new daily services will offer long-haul freight service connecting 11 cities for international and domestic freight. “This service connects Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Reno on the West Coast with Columbus, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, and Atlanta on the East Coast with one- to two-day service. Our customers are going to benefit from late local cut-off times, typically between 7 - 9 pm and early recovery times, including Saturdays. This new network will also connect to our Miami hub providing our customers with a faster and cost-effective way to seamlessly move their freight between our domestic and international routes,” Amerijet (AMJ) Senior VP Business Development, Pamela Rollins said. “Amerijet (AMJ)’s dedicated 767 wide body cargo planes will operate exclusively between these hubs and will provide our customers with additional options for expedited and heavyweight domestic freight. We believe this product fills the need for select service once the mainstay of companies such as Burlington Air Express, Kitty Hawk, Emery and other cargo carriers [that] did not survive the economic turmoil of the last decade,” Rollins said.
In the interim, (ATSG) subsidiary, (ATI) - Air Transport International ((IATA) Code: 8C, based at Little Rock) (TIN), has wet-leased another 767-200F (22225, N762CX) to (AMJ) to support its expanded near-term requirements.
Amerijet (AMJ), which also operates five 727-200Fs throughout Miami and Central America, has been a longtime wet-lease (ACMI) customer of (ABX) Air ((IATA) Code: GB, based at Wilmington, Ohio), an (ATSG) cargo airline, and has been leasing airplanes from (CAM) since 2010.
Amerijet International (AMJ) has announced plans to develop a hub in Reno/Tahoe to compliment its other proposed hub, Columbus Rickenbacher, Ohio. Effective July 7, (AMJ) will begin daily operations between its new hubs providing long-haul air freight service to eleven cities. "This service connects Seattle Tacoma International, San Francisco, California, Los Angeles International, Phoenix Sky Harbor and Reno on the west coast with Columbus, Chicago O'Hare, Detroit Metropolitan, Philadelphia International, Newark and Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson on the east coast with 1 - 2 day service," Amerijet (AMJ)'s Senior VP Business Development, Pamela Rollins, said. "This new network will also connect to our Miami International Hub, providing our customers with a faster and cost effective way to seamlessly move their freight between our domestic and international routes."
(AMJ)'s fleet of 767-200Fs will be used exclusively on the flights.
(AMJ) currently operates 9 airplanes, and serves 23 countries, 28 destinations, 95 routes and 11 daily flights.
June 2014: Amerijet International (AMJ) has signed a long term lease agreement with Rickenbacker International Airport, Columbus Ohio. (AMJ) will operate flights to 11 USA cities operating 767Fs from July 7th.
May 2017: 727-203F (21021, N804AJ) permanently withdrawn from use at Goodyear.
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1 727-2D3F (JT8D-217/15A SUPER 27) (1082-21021, /74 N804AJ), EX- (BFG), BOUGHT FROM WILLIS 2004-07. FREIGHTER.
0 727-2F9 (JT8D-17 HK) (1285-21426, /77 N199AJ - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "AMJ-727-2F9-2009-05;" 1291-21427, /77 N299AJ), EX-(MCR)/(CAL); 21426, (INL) LEASED. 21429 SOLD TO USA BANCORPORATION 2001-11. 21427 TO (LAR) 2002-07. WINGLETS. FREIGHTER.
0 727-2J7F (JT8D HK) (1033-20879, N128NA), U-BOAT PARTS LEASED 2008-03. RETURNED. PHOTOGRAPHED AT MIAMI JANUARY 2009, REPORTEDLY DESTINED FOR GLOBEX CARGO AIR, BRAZIL AS (PR-LPC). RETURNED U-BOAT 2009-04. FREIGHTER.
0 727-2K5F (JT8D HK) (1553-21852, N909PG), EX-(CUS), CHARTER AMERICA LSD 2006-08. RETURNED. FREIGHTER.
0 727-2X3 (JT8D-15) (1727-22608, /81 N397AJ; 1731-22609, /81 N797AJ), EX-(COT). 2 RETURNED TO INTREPID 2001-11.
0 727-203F (JT8D) (21021, N804AJ) PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN FROM USE AT GOODYEAR 2017-05. FREIGHTER.
1 727-212F (JT8D-17 HK) (1506-21947, /79 N598AJ), EX-(MCR). WINGLETS. FREIGHTER.
0 727-224F (JT8D HK) (985-20660, /73 N895AJ), EX-(CAL), SOLD 2001-06.
0 727-225F (JT8D-217/15A SUPER 27) (1314-21453, /78 N604AJ), EX- (BFG), BOUGHT FROM WILLIS AIR FINANCE 2004-07. RETIRED. FREIGHTER.
1 727-227F (JT8D-15 HK) (1017-20838, /74 N196AJ; 1197-21243, /76 N794AJ - SEE PHOTO), EX-(BNF)/(DAL). WITH WINGLETS. 20838 WFU. FREIGHTER.
0 727-231F (JT8D-15 HK) (1590-21989, /80 N905AJ), NEWJET CORPORATION LEASED 2005-11. RETIRED. FREIGHTER.
2 727-233F (JT8D-15 HK) (1103-20937, /75 N495AJ - - SEE PHOTO - - "AMJ-727-233F - 2011-10;" 1130-20942, /75 N994AJ; 1148-21100 N395AJ), EX-(ACN)/(CIC). 20937; 20942; ST JODA 2001-09. 21100 SOLD TO JODA 2001-12. ALL JODA LEASED. WINGLETS. 20937 BROKEN UP AT FORT LAUDERDALE. FREIGHTER.
0 727-251F (JT8D) (1170-21156, /75 N296AJ), EX-(NWA)/(INL). SOLD 2001-11. FREIGHTER.
2 +2 ORDERS 767-232F (CF6-80A) (17-22215, /82 N741AX 2009-06 - - SEE PHOTO - - "AMJ-767-200F-2009-06;" 31-22218, /82 N743AX, 2010-07; 22225, N748AX, 2009-07), EX-(ABX), CARGO ASSET MANAGEMENT LEASED 2009-06. 22225; RETURNED. FREIGHTER.
1 BOMBARDIER CHALLENGER CL-600-2A12) (CF34-3A) (5080, /90 N900H), HOAK TRAVEL INCLUDING LEASED 2004-08. 10F.
0 CESSNA CITATION 500. RETURNED.
0 DASSAULT FALCON 20. RETURNED.
DAVID BASSETT, PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN, OWNER & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
JOHN NASH, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) & VP.
MS PAMELA ROLLINS, SENIOR VP BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT.
LOU MONTELLA, VP CARGO SERVICES.
MARK STEWART, VP AIRLINE OPERATIONS (2000-02).
IRVING SCHUMACHER, VP MAINTENANCE (2000-02).
ISIS DECASTRO, VP HUMAN RESOURCES (HR).
MS SANDRA SOSNIAK, SENIOR DIRECTOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT).
JAMES BASSETT, SENIOR DIRECTOR DOMESTIC OPERATIONS.
JAY KLUCAR, SENIOR DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS.
CARLOS GONZALEZ, SENIOR DIRECTOR SALES.
DERRY HUFF, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (firstname.lastname@example.org).
DAVID SAMER, CHIEF PILOT.
WARREN KROLL, DIRECTOR DOMESTIC OPERATIONS.
MS CHRISTINE RICHARD, DIRECTOR MARKETING.
SCOTT HICKMAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC) (ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA) (1997-08)
CARLO POSTELL, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC), EX-(PLN) (1999-12) (email@example.com).
DAVID SITEK, DIRECTOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
SIMON PANTIN, DIRECTOR INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS.
JULIO BERARD, DIRECTOR AIRLINE MAINTENANCE (2000-03).
LARRY BOND, DIRECTOR SAFETY & SECURITY.
DAVID FLORES, MANAGER PLANNING.
DAVID CARDONA, CHIEF INSPECTOR.
CARL BIGGS, SAFETY OFFICER (2001-05).