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CCA-2004-06 - 727-200F
ESTABLISHED IN 1995 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1996. CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE OPERATOR.
6200 HAZELTINE NATIONAL DRIVE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32822, 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.
APRIL 1996: RECEIVED ITS AIR OPERATORS CERTIFICATE (AOC).
JULY 1997: 1 727-200F (JT8D-15), EX-KIWI INTERNATIONAL (KIW).
OCTOBER 1997: WAITING TO SEE WHAT BECOMES OF POSSIBLE (FAA) 727 SUPPLEMENTAL TYPE CERTIFICATE (STC) FOR FREIGHTERS FLOOR MODIFICATION, BEFORE ANY FLEET EXPANSION.
NOVEMBER 1997: ROBERT MCDOUGAL, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES; TERRY JORDAN, CHIEF INSPECTOR.
JANUARY 1998: 727-230F (20675 - "PRINCESS KENDALL"), "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK, INCLUDING CORROSION PREVENTION & CONTROL PROGRAM (CPCP) AT COOPESA (COO), COSTA RICA.
APRIL 1998: RICHARD SARTINI, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE. GUILLERMO CASTILLO, MANAGER MAINTENANCE CONTROL.
ACQUIRES 727-225 (22439), NOW 5 727'S (JT8D-15A), EX-CUSTOM AIR TRANSPORT.
JULY 1998: TERRY JORDAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL RESIGNS.
OCTOBER 1998: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1997 = +$108,000 (-$211,000).
DECEMBER 1998: 1 727-200F (22002), EX-EXPRESS ONE (EOI), PREWITT LEASED, FOR TOTAL 6.
APRIL 1999: 2 727-200'S (22014; 22015), EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL), AVIATION CAPITAL LEASED, COOPESA (COO) CARGO CONVERSION/"C" MAINTENANCE CHECK, FEDEX HUSHKITS.
MAY 1999: 727-200F (22439) FEDEX HUSHKITS AT COOPESA (COO).
AUGUST 1999: POSSIBLE 2 727-200'S (21245; 21269).
SEPTEMBER 1999: JIM SHROYER DIRECTOR QUALITY ASSURANCE, EX-CHALLENGE AIR CARGO (CHA).
NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = +$1.30 MILLION (+$108,000) (NET PROFIT).
1 727-277FH (22016), AVIATION CAPITAL 8 YEAR LEASED IN 2000.
JANUARY 2000: 2 727-2A1'S (21345; 21601), EX-SUN COUNTRY (SCA) AVIATION CAPITAL LEASED, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY COOPESA (COO), & EAGLE ONE.
FEBRUARY 2000: RICHARD SARTINI, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE RESIGNED TO JOIN AIRTRAN AIRWAYS (CQT).
MARCH 2000: 727-227 (21365), EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), TO COOPESA (COO) FOR CONVERSION TO FREIGHTER, & HUSHKITS. 1 727-231F (21989), EX-(TWA), FINOVA (GRB) LEASED.
APRIL 2000: (http://www.capitalcargo.com). (email@example.com).
JULY 2000: 1999 = 56.52 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+1.3%); +$709,000 (+$1.3 MILLION).
SEPTEMBER 2000: 1 727-223 (1771-22470, /81 50 27, N715AA), EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY FLIGHTSTAR.
DECEMBER 2000: 1 727-223 (1761-22465, /81 52 26 N708AA) EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY FLIGHTSTAR.
JANUARY 2001: 1 727-223 (22469), EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER.
JULY 2001: PEGASUS (PSS) REPOSSESSES 4 727-200F'S FROM CAPITAL CARGO INTERNATIONAL (CCA): 727-2Q6F: 21971; 727-2J7F: 20879; 727-214F: 20875; & 727-230F: 20675.
AUGUST 2001: 727-200 OPERATES FOR VENESCAR INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES, A VENEZUELAN (DHL) AFFILIATE.
MARCH 2002: 2 727-223F'S (22466, N709AA; 22468, N712AA), RETURNED TO AMERICAN CAPITAL GROUP.
July 2002: 2001 = -$20.33 million (+$1.33 million): 93.59 million (FTK) freight traffic (-4.4%).
August 2002: 1 727-223 (21389), bought from American Airlines (AAL).
November 2002: 727-231F (21989) returned to the (CIT) Group (TCI).
October 2003: Is considering replacing its 727's with 767-200F's converted by Aeronavali (ARP).
May 2004: 727-225F (22432, N801EA, "Miss Ashley") bought from Finova (GRB).
June 2004: 727-225F (22552, N815EA) bought from Finova (GRB).
July 2004: 2003 = +$3.48 million (+$6.26 million) (net profit).
December 2004: 5 767-223ER's (22315, N312AA; 22316, N313AA; 22317, N315AA; 22318, N316AA; 22319, N317AA;) bought from American Airlines (AAL). Will be converted to cargo freighter (F) by Aeronavali (ARP).
November 2005: (ATI) - Air Transport International (TIN) has accepted a takeover made by Cargo Holdings International (CHI). The transaction is expected to be completed by the year end, subject to the customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals. With the completion of this purchase, (TIN) will join the family of companies comprising (CHI): subsidiaries Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA); Cargo Aircraft Management; & CargoReservations.com. (TIN) will be a wholly owned subsidiary of (CHI) and will operate independently as a certificated FAR 121 cargo air carrier.
October 2006: Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) provides on-demand and wet-lease jet airplane programs.
Employees = 194.
(IATA) Code: PT. (ICAO) Code: CCI (Callsign - CAPPY).
Main Base: Orlando International Airport (MCO).
December 2006: 727-225F (21857, N755DH), American Capital Group leased.
September 2007: 757-232 (22910, N620DL), bought from Delta Airlines (DAL).
November 2007: Capital Cargo (CCA) is accepting resumes. The carrier hired 8 Second In Command (SIC)s pilots (FC) and 7 Flight Engineers (FE)s in October. Capital Cargo (CCA) expects to be flying its 1st 757 by January or February 2008.
Having rejected a takeover offer from Astar Air Cargo (DHL) just a little >3 months ago, Ohio-based (ABX) Air became the acquirer, reaching a deal to purchase Cargo Holdings International (CCA) of Orlando in a transaction valued at approximately $350 million. (ABX) described (CCA) as "a leading provider of air cargo transportation and related services to domestic and foreign air carriers, and other companies that outsource their air cargo lift requirements." (CCA) and its Cargo Aircraft Management, Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA), (LGSTX) Group and Air Transport International (TIN) subsidiaries, operate 32 freighter airplanes, and currently are converting 5 767-200s and 1 757-200. It also provides airplane leasing, fuel management and air charter brokerage services, and expects 2007 revenue of $300 million.
(ABX), which flies primarily as a wet-lease (ACMI) partner of (DHL), and reported a +$8.8 million profit, through the 1st 6 months of this year, said the combined company eventually will operate more than 135 airplanes, including the world's largest 767-200F freighter fleet (48). "The acquisition will create 1 of the world's leading diversified providers of integrated air cargo services," (ABX) President & (CEO) Joe Hete said, adding that (CCA) has "an attractive fleet profile, long-term relationships with [customers], an exceptional on time delivery and safety record, significant cash flow, and an experienced management team."
(CCA)'s customers include the USA government, (BAX)/Schenker, (DHL), USA Postal Service, and (UPS). Upon conclusion of the transaction, expected this year, (ABX) Air and (CCA) will be wholly owned subsidiaries of (ABX) Holdings. Final equity purchase price is expected to be $260 million, accounting for an adjustment based upon (CCA)'s net assets. The transaction will be financed with the issuance of 4 million shares of (ABX) common stock, and cash from a $345 million senior secured credit facility, led by SunTrust Financial and Regions Bank, (ABX) said.
Later, (ABX) Air posted 3rd-quarter net income of +$2.4 million, down -63.4% from a net profit of +$6.6 million in the year-ago quarter, and said it has agreed to arbitration to resolve its dispute with (DHL) over reimbursement of expenses, related to its contract flying for the express delivery giant. The Wilmington, Ohio-based cargo airline, which earlier this month agreed to acquire Orlando-based Cargo Holdings International (CCA), is trying to grow its non-(DHL) business, while still generating the vast majority of its revenue from transporting (DHL) cargo in the USA. That balancing act has led to a clash with (DHL) over $8.8 million in overhead expense reimbursements and to unexpectedly high costs in launching Asia-based 767-200F operations on behalf of (ANA). "Overall, the 3rd-quarter results were disappointing," President & CEO Joe Hete said, conceding that "margins during the quarter were hurt by high airplane crewing (FC) expenses in our Asia startup operations."
(ABX) said that it agreed with (DHL) to resolve their dispute over expenses via arbitration. (ABX)'s (ACMI) wet-lease and hub services contracts with (DHL) call for the latter to reimburse the former, for overhead expenses related to (DHL) operations, but the requirement becomes void, if (ABX)'s non-(DHL) business generates >10% of its total revenue. (DHL) claims that threshold has been topped, but (ABX) insists it still generates >90% of its revenue from (DHL) operations, and that the express operator is "in default." Hete said the arbitration agreement "is a positive step, 1 that demonstrates that our mutual interest in (DHL)'s success can be achieved only by working more closely together."
Meanwhile, (ABX) is moving forward with its planned acquisition of (CCA) for $350 million. It said the transaction, aimed at growing non-(DHL) operations, likely will close before year end, and that at closing (CCA) "will have 8 airplanes in the process of being converted into cargo configuration, including 5 767-200s and 3 757-200s." It will operate (CCA) as a wholly owned subsidiary of to-be-established (ABX) Holdings.
December 2007: Capital Cargo (CCA) is accepting resumes. (CCA) expects to be flying its 1st 757 by January or February 2008.
January 2008: (ABX) Air, the Wilmington, Ohio-based airline primarily focused on transporting (DHL) cargo around the USA, said it completed the previously announced $332 million purchase of Cargo Holdings International (CCA), the Orlando-based, outsourced air cargo services provider, that counts global logistics firm BAX/Schenker as its main client. (ABX) created a new holding company, (ABX) Holdings, of which (ABX) Air and (CCA) are now separate wholly owned subsidiaries. The buy is part of (ABX)'s strategy to diversify its business beyond (DHL). "We don't want to be in a position where we have 90% of our business from 1 customer," President & (CEO) Joe Hete said. He said (DHL) revenue will go from making up 92% of (ABX) Holdings' business to just >70%, owing to the (CCA) acquisition.
March 2008: (ABX) Holdings, parent of USA cargo carriers (ABX) Air, Air Transport International (TIN) and Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA), reported a -78.2% drop in net income for 2007 to +$19.6 million compared to +$90.1 million the previous year. The company downplayed the earnings decrease, attributing it in large part to "the effect of non-cash tax items," and noting that its acquisition of (TIN) and (CCA) parent, Cargo Holdings International (CHI) at year end, would pay dividends in the future. (ABX) enjoyed a non-cash tax benefit of $54 million in 2006 but incurred a tax expense of $13 million in 2007. It also pointed out that while revenue generated from its wet-lease (ACMI) agreement with (DHL) declined -11% to $1.08 billion, revenue from its non-(DHL) business grew +89% to $91.6 million, boosting its effort to become less reliant on the express cargo giant.
(ABX) President & (CEO) Joe Hete said that the purchase of (CHI) marked a "quantum leap that will accelerate our growth, diversify our revenue streams and contribute significantly to our cash flow in 2008 and beyond." Overall 2007 revenue fell -7.1% to $1.17 billion, while expenses decreased -7.4% to $1.13 billion, producing operating income of +$42.8 million, flat year-over-year.
767-223F (22318, N316AA), converted to freighter and redelivered, then transferred to (ATI) Air Transport International (TIN).
June 2008: Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes. (CCA) expected to hire 21 pilots (FC) in 2008. (CCA) has added its 1st 757 to the fleet.
August 2008: Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes and is recruiting 3 pilots (FC) in August.
December 2008: 757-232PCF (22812, N605DL), ex-Delta Airlines (DAL), Cargo Aircraft Management leased.
October 2009: Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) interviewed in August and hired 4 pilots (FC). (CCA) is looking at the possibility of hiring more pilots (FC) in the next 3 months.
February 2011: Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) is currently not hiring flight crew pilots (FC).
August 2011: The USA (FAA) proposed a $298,500 civil penalty against Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) for allegedly operating 8 727-200F freighters in 2008 and 2009 "when the airplanes were not in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR)s."
(CCA) is a wet-lease (ACMI) operator that offers airport-to-airport cargo services aboard a fleet of 13 727-200Fs and 2 757-200Fs. The (FAA) alleged that (CCA) "permitted an unqualified mechanic (MT) to perform certain airplane inspections and to sign airworthiness releases on (CCA)'s airplanes." The mechanic (MT) "had not completed a required general familiarization course for the  and did not have prior training or experience equivalent to that course," according to the (FAA). The (FAA) said (CCA) operated >500 non-complaint flights. (CCA) has 30 days to respond to the (FAA).
October 2011: 757-2B6F (23687, N557CM), ex-(CN-RMZ).
January 2012: Precision Conversions re-delivered the 3rd full-15 cargo position 757-200PCF freighter to Cargo Aircraft Management. The Pratt & Whitney (P&W) powered 757-200PCF was previously operated by United Airlines (UAL) as a passenger airplane and ise leased to Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA).
(CCA) is not currently hiring pilots Flight Crew (FC). See FltOps.com and FAPA.aero.
March 2012: (ABX) Air parent, the Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) reported 2011 net income of +$23.2 million, down -41.7% from a +$39.8 million net profit in 2010.
The company said earnings were partly affected by training and transitioning costs for pilots (FC) as it upgrades its fleet. Airplanes added during 2011 included 9 767F converted freighters and 1 757F. Additions in 2012 are slated to include 7 more 767Fs and 2 757 combi airplanes. (ATSG) is in the process of retiring its remaining 727F and DC-8F freighters.
"Our fleet is substantially more modern, more fuel efficient and more reliable than ever before," President & (CEO) Joe Hete said. "We remain confident about the continued customer interest and strong yield potential from our investments in converted freighter assets."
(ATSG) is the parent of (ABX) Air, Airborne Global Solutions, Air Transport International (TIN), Cargo Aircraft Management, Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA), and Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services. Its full-year 2011 revenue rose +9.4% year-over-year to $730.1 million, while expenses grew +14% to $667.5 million, producing an operating profit of +$62.6 million, down -23.4%.
Revenue last year from (ACMI) wet lease airline services rose just +2.9% compared to 2010 to $444.8 million. "Our 2012 results will benefit from a full year of gains from the owned and leased airplanes which entered service during 2011, as well as owned and leased airplanes which we plan to add during 2012."
May 2012: (ATI) - Air Transport International (TIN) and its sister carrier, Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) will be merged before the end of the year by its parent, Air Transport Services Group. (TIN) currently operates 1 757-200F, 3 767-200Fs and 2 767-300Fs, along with up to 9 remaining DC-8F freighters. Capital Cargo (CCA) operates 8 727-200Fs and 2 757-200Fs. Both carriers are adding additional 757F and 767F freighters that are currently being converted and will eventually replace its 727s and DC-8s. Besides its cargo business, (TIN) also operates 1 767-200ER on passenger charter flights. It is unclear at this point under which of the 2 brand names, operations will be combined.
September 2012: Pratt & Whitney (PRW) signed a contract for its engine management program (EMP) service; a 5-year (EMP) agreement with Capital Cargo (CCA) covering 6 (PW2000) engines.
March 2013: The (ATI) Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) (TIN) has completed the merger of 2 of its airline subsidiaries. The move creates a single airline from Air Transport International (ATI) (TIN) and Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCIA) (CCA).
The newly formed entity, (ATI) (TIN), will be headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, with its operations center in Wilmington, Ohio. It will be headed by (ATI) (TIN) President, Dennis Manibusan.
The merger follows the cessation of the (ATSG)’s contract with global logistics provider, D B Schenker, which the (ATSG) had supported with a dedicated air cargo network served by (ATI) (TIN) and (CCIA) (CCA). The North American air freight network agreements ended in December 2011. Schenker's contribution to airline services revenues was $85.7 million in 2011.
“This merger is the most significant of a number of steps we are taking throughout the (ATSG) to better fit our airline overhead and operating cost structures to the airline operations we have today, and expect to add in the future,” (ATSG) President & (CEO) Joe Hete said.
(ATI) (TIN) has a fleet of 13 airplanes; 5 767-200s, 2 767-300s, 3 757Fs and 3 DC-8 Combis. The DC-8s are slated to be replaced “soon” with 4 757 Combis.
(CCIA) (CCA)’s air operator certificate (AOC) was surrendered to the (FAA) and its airplane leases and other assets transferred to (ATI) (TIN). The (ATSG) is also the parent of (ABX) Air, Airborne Global Solutions, Cargo Aircraft Management, plus Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services.
Capital Cargo International Airlines ((IATA) Code: PT, based at Orlando International airport (MCO)) (CCA) has been completely merged into (ATI) - Air Transport International ((IATA) Code: 8C, based at Little Rock Adams Airport (LIT)) (TIN) earlier this month. The 2 cargo carriers are fully owned by the Air Transport Services Group, which also controls (ABX) Air ((IATA) Code: GB, based at Wilmington Air Park airport (ILN)), had announced the plan back in May 2012. (ATI) (TIN) currently operates 3 757-200Fs, 5 767-200Fs and 2 767-300Fs. It also operates 2 DC-8-62 and 1 DC-8-72 combi airplanes that will shortly be replaced by 4 ex-National Airlines (MUA) 757-200M combi configuration airplanes.
August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCA) is not hiring flight crew (FC).
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2 727-2A1F (JT8D-17 HK) (1673-21345, /80 N287SC "FLORENCE;" 1694-21601, /80 N286SC "BETH"), EX-(SCA), (INL) LEASED 2000-01, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER. FREIGHTER.
0 727-2J7F (JT8D) (1033-20879, /74 N128NA), EX-(TIG), RETURNED (PSS). FREIGHTER
0 727-2Q6F (JT8D) (1540-21971, /79, N1279E), EX-(LAC), RETURNED (PSS). (21971; FOR SALE/LEASE BY AVIATION ADVISORS INTERNATIONAL: TEL: (941) 351-5400, AIRPLANE LOCATED AT SARASOTA, FLORIDA). FREIGHTER.
0 727-214F ADV (JT8D-15 HK) (1020-20875, /74 N227JL "ANGIE"), EX-(PSA)/(KIW)/(JEF), REPOSSESSED BY (PSS) 20875 PARTED OUT 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
2 727-223 (JT8D-15 HK) (1663-22014, /80 N898AA "ROBERTA" (CGP) LEASED; 1666-22015, /80 N899AA "ANGIE," (FSB) LEASED), EX-(AAL), (COO) FREIGHTER CONVERSION/MAINTENANCE. FREIGHTER.
2 727-223 (JT8D-15 HK) (1771-22470, /81 N715AA), EX-(AAL), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY FLIGHTSTAR, 2000-09 (1761-22465, /81 N708AA, 2000-12) (21521 PARTED OUT 2002-12. FREIGHTER.
0 727-223 (JT8D) (1477-21527, N889AA), EX-(AAL) 2002-07. PARTED OUT 2002-11. FREIGHTER.
0 727-223 (JT8D) (1349-21389, N877AA), EX-(AAL) 2002-08, PARTED OUT 2002-12. FREIGHTER.
0 727-223F (JT8D-9A HK) (1367-21391, /78 N879AA), EX-(AAL), USED FOR ORLANDO AIRPORT FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
1 727-223F (JT8D-15 HK) (1769-22469, /81 N708AA "JESSICA"), EX-(AAL), AVIATION CAPITAL LEASED. FREIGHTER.
1 727-225F (JT8D-15 HK) (1539-21857, N755DH), AMERICAN CAPITAL GROUP LEASED 2006-12. FREIGHTER.
1 727-225F (JT8D-15A HK) (1689-22439, /80 N808EA "YVONNE"), EX-(EAL), (IAL) LEASED 1998-03, FOR SALE/LEASE.
2 727-225F (JT8D-15A HK) (1658-22432, /80 N801EA "MISS ASHLEY" 2004-05; 1773-22552, /81 N815EA "GUDRUND" 2004-06), BOUGHT FROM (GRB). FREIGHTER.
1 727-227 (JT8D-17R HK) (1273-21365, /77 N89427 "CAROL"), EX-(MCR), (COO) CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER 2000-03, (INH) LEASED. FREIGHTER
1 727-227F (JT8D-17R HK) (1627-22002, /80, N308AS "ELOISE"), EX-(EOI), PREWITT LEASED 1998-12. FOR SALE/LEASE. FREIGHTER.
0 727-230F ADV (JT8D) (924-20675, /73 N357KP "PRINCESS KENDALL"), EX-(DLH), (FSB) LEASED, "C" CHECK BY (COO), REPOSSESSED BY (PSS). FREIGHTER.
0 727-231F (JT8D) (1590-21989, /80 N84357), EX-(TWA), (GRB) LEASED 2000-03, RETURNED 2002-11. FREIGHTER.
1 727-277FH (JT8D) (1566-22016, /80 N245FE), AVIATION CAPITAL 10 YEAR LEASED. FREIGHTER.
1 757-2B6F (23687, N557CM), EX-(CN-RMZ), FREIGHTER.
1 757-200PCF (PW2037), EX-(UAL), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY PRECISION CONVERSIONS, CARGO AIRCRAFT MANAGEMENT LEASED 2012-01. FREIGHTER.
1 757-232F (PW2037) (46-22812, N605DL), EX-(DAL), CARGO AIRCRAFT MANAGEMENT LEASED 2008-12. FREIGHTER.
1 757-232F (PW2037) (111-22910, /86 N620DL), BF (DAL) 2007-09. CONVERTED 2008-01. 24F, 159Y.
5 767-223ERF (CF6-80A2) (111-22318, /85 N316AA, 2008-03; 112-22319, /85 N317AA, 2008-06), BOUGHT FROM (AAL) 2004-12. TO CONVERT TO FREIGHTER BY (ARP). 22318; TRANSFERRED TO (TIN) 2008-05. FREIGHTER.
2 767-300F, FREIGHTER.
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