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HCA-1997-04 - HUNTING SALE
HCA-2002-12 - ATR42-300
HCA-2005-09 - AIR CONTRACTORS
HCA-2013-04 - UPDATE
FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1972. FORMERLY "HUNTING CARGO AIRLINES." DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
NO. 3 MALAHIDE ROAD
SWORDS, DUBLIN, (CO DUBLIN), IRELAND
EIRE/IRELAND WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1919, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 70,284 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 3.6 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS DUBLIN, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE ENGLISH AND GAELIC.
OCTOBER 1995: TO BELFAST, BERGAMO, BRUSSELS, COLOGNE, COVENTRY, DUBLIN, EAST MIDLANDS, FRANKFURT, (LHR), LUTON, MANCHESTER, NUREMBERG, SHANNON, SOUTHEND, AND STUTTGART.
TO SELL ITS UK, BUSINESS-AVIATION OPERATION.
1ST 6 MONTHS 1995 = +3.3 MILLION POUNDS. SALES +10%.
CONTRACT MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING HAS DESIGN AUTHORITY FOR P-3 ORION 2000, UK'S REPLACEMENT, MARITIME-PATROL-AIRCRAFT.
BIGGIN HILL BASE, DOING INTERIOR BUSINESS ON BOMBARDIER DASH 8.
6 727'S TO JOIN THE FLEET BY THE END OF 1995.
NOVEMBER 1995: 1 727-200F (JT8D-9A), EX-(CKA), & 1 727-200AF (JT8D-9A), EX-(CAL).
AUGUST 1996: 1 727-200 (QA888), (TNN) LEASED.
OCTOBER 1996: RETIRED LAST VICKERS, VC9 MERCHANTMAN VANGUARD.
NOVEMBER 1996: 60% OF FLYING IS CHARTER WORK FOR (DHL), WITH MAIN EUROPEAN HUB IN BRUSSELS.
SEPTEMBER 1997: 2 A300F'S CONVERTED BY (DASA) AT DRESDEN, TO OPERATE ON BEHALF OF (DHL).
TO START OSLO TO COPENHAGEN TO BRUSSELS, AND STOCKHOLM TO COPENHAGEN TO E MIDLANDS (3RD BY THE END OF 1997).
DECEMBER 1997: 1 A300B4-200F (CF6-50C2), EX-(EGP).
JANUARY 1998: STERLING EUROPEAN (STR) TAKES OVER OPERATIONS OF 4 727-200F'S. CEASED OPERATIONS FOR (TNT) AIRWAYS (TNB).
1 A300B4-203F (116) ON ORDER.
APRIL 1998: 240 EMPLOYEES.
727-281F (20571) DELIVERY.
JUNE 1998: BELGIUM SHIPPING GROUP, (CMB) AND SAFAIR (SFA), ACQUIRES HUNTING CARGO AIRLINES (HCA), FOR $14 MILLION. (HCA) WILL BE RENAMED, AND WILL OPERATE AS AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACT CARGO CARRIER, WITH ITS 7 727-200'S, 5 A300B4'S, AND 5 RETIRED, LOCKHEED ELECTRAS, PARKED AT EAST MIDLANDS, PENDING A SALE.
JULY 1998: A300B4-203F (150), OPERATES FOR (DHL) (CF6-50C2). 727-225F (20382) & 727-281F (20466) TO SAFAIR (SFA).
AUGUST 1998: NEW OWNER, BELGIUM SHIPPING COMPANY (CMB), CHANGES NAME OF "HUNTING CARGO AIRLINES" TO "AIR CONTRACTORS (UK)," & "AIR CONTRACTORS (IRELAND)" LTD.
3 LOCKHEED 188CF'S (1129; 1144; 2014), SOLD TO CHANNEL EXPRESS (CXP).
NOVEMBER 1998: 1 A300B4-200F (CF6-50C2), EX-EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT (EPT).
APRIL 1999: A300B4-203F (289, EI-EAD), OPERATES FOR (DHL).
MAY 1999: 2 L-100-30'S (35C-4673, ZS-JIV; 6-VL), SAFAIR (SFA) LEASED. 1 A300B4-200F (CF6-50C2), EX-(EPT).
APRIL 2000: 210 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 45 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
HUBS: BRUSSELS NATIONAL AIRPORT, & EAST MIDLANDS AIRPORT.
JUNE 2000: 1 DHC-8-311 TWIN OTTER (216), SCHREINER (SCH) LEASED.
AUGUST 2000: 1 L-100-30 HERCULES (4475), SAFAIR (SFA) LEASED, TO OPERATE SERVICES FOR FEDEX (FED) IN EUROPE.
OCTOBER 2000: 1 727-2H3F (21234, C-GYFA), FIRST AIR (BRS) WET-LEASED.
DECEMBER 2000: 1 A300B4-200F (095), EX-CARNIVAL (CVL), BBAM/PINNACLE AIR CARGO ENTERPRISES (PACE) (PIE), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY SOGERMA.
APRIL 2001: 210 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 45 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MAIN BASE: DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
JULY 2001: HUGH FLYNN (CEO) RESIGNS TO RETURN TO SOUTH AFRICA TO LEAD SAFAIR (SFA).
1 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (274), EX-SCHREINER (SCH), (C-S) AV SERVICES (CSV) LEASED.
AUGUST 2001: 1 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (220), EX-SCHREINER (SCH), (CSV) LEASED. 1 LOCKHEED 382G HERCULES (4676, ZS-JVL), SAFAIR (SFA) WET-LEASED FOR (HCA)/(DHL).
JANUARY 2002: (DHL) AIR (UK), WILL BE OPERATED AS A SEPARATE COMPANY, AND NOT AS PART OF (HCA).
HUGH FLYNN, EX-(SFA), WILL BE MANAGING DIRECTOR, REPLACING TREVOR JONES.
6 OF PLANNED 23 757-200F'S ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN SERVICE BY 3/02. THE A300F'S ARE BEING TRANSFERRED TO EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT (EPT), IN A DEAL INVOLVING (HCA)'S PARENT, SAFAIR (SFA), AND ALL 727'S WILL BE PHASED OUT OVER AT LEAST A YEAR.
APRIL 2002: MAIN BASE: DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DUB).
HUBS: EAST MIDLANDS AIRPORT (EMA); & BRUSSELS NATIONAL AIRPORT (BRU).
OWNERS: COMPAGNIE MARITIME BELGE (CMB) (51%); & SAFAIR (SFA) (49%).
May 2002: 2001 = +$2.47 MILLION.
2 A300B4-103's (CF6-50C2) (148; 184), Europe Airpost (EUE) wet-leased.
November 2002: A300B4-203F (289, OO-DLU), sold to European Air Transport (EPT).
March 2003: 1 727-227F (JT8D HK) (21245, EI-PAK), Wren Equipment leased. 727-223F (20183) wet-leased to Axis (AXY), to test night express service.
March 2004: Has acquired BAC EXPRESS AIRLINES.
May 2004: 727-223F (20183) sold to Safair (SFA).
August 2004: Paris (CDG) - Budapest (ATR 42, 4/week) for FedEx (FED).
2 F27-500RF (10633, EI-SMF), BAC Express wet-leased 3 months.
November 2004: Purchases the F27 operation (Airplane, crew, maintenance, & contracts) of Channel Express (CEX). SD3-60 (SH3661, EI-SMB), (BAC) Leasing leased.
December 2004: Receives scheduled cargo license for Bournemouth to Jersey to Guernsey starting next month.
May 2005: 2 ATR42-300's (243, EI-FXB; 282, EI-FXA), FedEx (FED) leased.
June 2005: ATR42-300F (273, EI-FXD), FedEx (FED) leased.
August 2005: 2 ATR42-300F's (141, EI-FXF; 310, EI-FXC) and 2 ATR72-202's (157, EI-FXG; EI-SLH), (FED) leased.
September 2005: Cimber Air Maintenance Group, part of Cimber Aviation Group, completed an ATR72 cargo conversion for Irish operator, Air Contractors Ltd (HCA), the 3rd airplane conversion for (HCA). The airplane went into service in the Channel Islands on August 15.
February 2006: ATR72-202F (229, EI-FXH), delivery.
November 2006: Air Contractors (HCA) provides scheduled freight services within Europe. Operates mainly on behalf of postal organizations and express parcel operators. Also operates ad-hoc charters throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
(IATA) Code: AG - 914. (ICAO) Code: ABR (Callsign - CONTRACT/RAPEX).
Parent organization/shareholders: Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) (51%); & Safair (SFA) (49%).
Main Base: Dublin International Airport (DUB).
Hubs: London Stansted airport (STN); Bournemouth International airport (BOH); Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG); & Glasgow International airport (GLA).
August 2007: ATR72-202 (256, N817FX), transferred from FedEx (FED).
November 2009: ATR72-212 (395, EI-SLK - SEE PHOTO - - "HCA-ATR 72-2009-11"), delivery. At Edinburgh for modifications. On November 30th, operated Edinburgh to Paris (CDG).
February 2010: Air Contractors (HCA) will start operating the A300B4-200F freighter fleet of (EAT) – European Air Transport with all airplanes being transferred to (HCA) over the next couple of months. (HCA) will continue to operate the airplanes on behalf of (DHL) and has also put the 1st 4 airplanes in service.
July 2010: Provides scheduled freight services within Europe. Operates mainly on behalf of postal organizations and express parcel operators. Also operates ad-hoc charters throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
(IATA) Code: AG - 914. (ICAO) Code: ABR (Callsign - CONTRACT).
Parent organization/shareholders: (ASL) Aviation Group (100%).
Main Base: Dublin International Airport (DUB).
Hubs: London Stansted airport (STN); Malmo Sturup (MMX); Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG); & Glasgow International airport (GLA).
October 2012: Air Contractors (HCA) has taken delivery of its 1st 737-400F (24440, EI-STB). It already operates a single 737-300 on passenger charter services. Its cargo fleet includes 9 A300B4(F)/C4/F4s on behalf of (DHL) Express subsidiary, European Air Transport Leipzig (EPT) and ATR42-300F as well as ATR72-200F freighters on behalf of FedEx (FED) and Mistral Air (MSA).
November 2012: (TNT) Express (TNB) has agreed to sell its 2 airlines to (ASL) Aviation Group to overcome ownership restrictions triggered by its planned merger with (UPS).
(ASL) Aviation is parent to Irish cargo airline Air Contractors (HCA) as well as French passenger and cargo operation Europe Airpost (EUE). Under the deal, (ASL) will acquire 100% of (TNT) Airways (TNB)) and Spanish carrier Pan Air (PNZ) just before (UPS) and (TNT) merge. “We have found a new ownership and control structure that secures the future of the airlines, ensures service continuity and safeguards (TNT) Express jobs in Liege. This is an important step towards completion of the proposed (UPS) - (TNT) Express merger and a positive outcome for the airline employees,” interim (CEO) Bernard Bot said.
The sale of the 2 airlines is conditional on (UPS) and (TNT) gaining regulatory approval for their tie-up. Once the deal is completed, (ASL) will take over all flights performed by (TNT) Express’ airlines and it will act as a 3rd-party provider to the combined (UPS) - (TNT) Express group.
Although the majority of staff will be transferred, a few will return to (TNT) Express’ Liege hub. (TNT) Express said (ASL) plans to maintain (TNB)’s Liege headquarters and it does not expect the change of ownership to impact activities at Liege for “at least one year.”
(ASL) Aviation Group (CEO) Hugh Flynn said the deal will give (ASL) new growth opportunities. (ASL) (which is 51% owned by Compagnie Maritime Belge and 49% by 3P Air Freighters) employs 1,200 staff and has a fleet of around 90 passenger and freight airplanes. In 2011, it generated a €410 million/$523 million turnover.
Beyond (HCA) and (EUE), (ASL) Aviation Group also includes leasing companies (ACL) Aviation, (ACL) Leasing and (ACL) Air, plus support businesses (ACL) Aviation Support, Air Contractors Engineering and Air Contractors UK.
January 2013: Air Hong Kong ((IATA) Code: LD, based at Hong Kong Chep Lap Kok International (HKG)) (AHK) has wet-leased A300-600F (770, EI-OZJ) from Irish cargo operator Air Contractors ((IATA) Code: AG, based at Dublin International (DUB)). The A300-600F is currently mainly used on a daily service linking Hong Kong with Ho Chi Minh City, Tan Son Nhat International airport (SGN) on behalf of logistics provider (DHL). Air Hong Kong (AHK) already operates 8 A300-600F and 3 747-400F freighters for (DHL) while Air Contractors operates on behalf of both (DHL) and FedEx (FED) in Europe.
May 2013: Aer Lingus (ARL) will damp-lease 3 757-200s from Air Contractors (HCA) from early next year. It plans to mainly use the 757-200s on transatlantic routes with lower demand including its routes from Shannon International (SNN) to both Boston General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS) and New York John F Kennedy International (JFK). (ARL) is also considering launching new routes with the airplanes that will be flown by (HCA) pilots (FC) but with (ARL) cabin crew (CA). (ARL) (CEO) Christoph Mueller has announced plans to increase the amount of outsourced flying by (ARL) on behalf of other carriers as part of its future development plan (that also includes voluntary redundancy packages being offered for 100 of its staff). (ARL) currently operates 4 A320-200s on behalf of Virgin Atlantic (VAA) as "Virgin Red" from London Heathrow and will wet-lease one of its A330-200s to Novair ((IATA) Code N9, based at Stockholm Arlanda airport (ARN)) (NOO) for the next 2 winter seasons to operate charter services between Scandinavia and the Caribbean. (ARL) plans to lease 1 of its slot pairs to British Airways (BAB) during the summer season and has asked its shareholders for approval to do this, given it would be more expensive to operate the flights itself to keep the slots.
March 2014: (AAR) ((AFD)/(ALC)) has received (EASA) certification for wide body maintenance at its Lake Charles, Louisiana, facility. (AAR) has also has been awarded a 3-year contract from Ireland’s Air Contractors (HCA) to provide component repair and management services for Boeing 757s.
April 2014: Aer Lingus (ARL) is leasing a 757-200 (EI-LBR - SEE ATTACHED - - "HCA-757-200-2014-04") from Air Contractors (HCA) for operating on the Shannon to Boston route. 2 more 757-200s will be added for the northern summer season under the same "damp lease" arrangement ((HCA) pilots (FC) and Aer Lingus (ARL) cabin attendants (CA)) for service from Shannon to New York and from Dublin to Toronto. The 757s have a 12J (PY flat beds) and 165Y.
June 2014: A300-622RF (683, EI-OZK), returned from Air Hong Kong (AHK).
August 2014: A300B4F (677, EI-EXR), ex-(TC-ACM), AerCAP leased.
December 2014: Dublin-based, the (ASL) Aviation Group (ASL) has acquired Switzerland’s Farnair Group, increasing the number of affiliate airlines in the group to 7, with an operational fleet size of >100 airplanes.
(ASL), which already includes South African affiliate Safair (SFA), the largest operator of civilian Hercules for the United Nations (UN) and its low-cost arm FlySafair (SFA), now has 5 airlines operating in Europe and Africa, as well as one each in SE Asia and India.
(ASL) (CEO) Hugh Flynn said the (ASL) network of airlines would “considerably strengthen its position as the neutral provider of airline services to the major express integrators on a global scale.”
He pointed out that (ASL) had remained profitable and continued to grow throughout the last few years of recession. “The Farnair (TUL) acquisition reflects our ongoing strategy to grow both geographically and through asset procurement,” Flynn said.
Located in Basel, Farnair Switzerland (was established 30 years ago and now operates a fleet of 20 cargo and passenger airplanes. It also has a subsidiary, Farnair Hungary, based in Budapest and 2 joint-venture (JV) platforms in Quikjet India and a 45% share in K-Mile Asia (KMI). 3 additional subsidiaries include specialist service providers in airplane handling, training and rail logistics.
(ASL) said its acquisition of Farnair would “combine the strengths of the 2 aviation groups.”
Air Contractors (HCA), (ASL)’s Dublin-based airline, operates express integrator services throughout Europe and in the Far East, and also operates Boeing 737 and 757 passenger services.
The group’s French airline, Europe Airpost (EUE), operates 737 cargo and “quick change” airplanes for European post offices and international express integrators. It also operates scheduled and charter passenger flights.
(ASL) is a joint venture (JV) between (CMB) (51%) and (3P) Air Freighters (49%). In 2013, it reported turnover of nearly €325 million/$403 million, which is expected to increase to >€400 million following the Farnair (TUL) acquisition.
June 2015: Air Contractors (HCA), Europe Airpost (EUE), and Farnair (TUL) to re-brand as (ASL) Airlines.
See - "ASL-2015-06 - New Livery on 737."
Dublin-based, the (ASL) Aviation Group (which holds 7 air operator’s certificates (AOC)s in Europe, Asia, and Africa) will unify its 4 European carriers under "(ASL) Airlines" branding.
November 2015: 757-2YOF (RB211-535E4) (26160, EI-CJX) National Airlines (MUA) leased and ATR 72-201 (108, EI-SLR), ex-(HB-AFG).
March 2017: 737-429F (27094, EI-STM), Vx Capital leased.
June 2017: ATR72-202F (364, EI-SLU), ex-(HB-AFM).
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0 727-2H3F (JT8D) (1209-21234, C-GYFA), (BRS) WET-LSD 2000-10, (DHL) OPS. RTND. FREIGHTER.
0 727-223F (JT8D-7B HK) (545-19480, /68 EI-HCC; 652-19492, /68 EI-HCB; 705-20183 /69 EI-HCI; 710-20185, /69 EI-HCD), EX-(AAL)/(CKF) 1995-05, 19480; 20185; SOLD 2003-01. 20183 WET-LST (AXY) 2003-03. 20183 ST (SFA) 2004-05. ALL RTND. FREIGHTER.
0 727-225 (JT8D-7B HK) (825-20382, /70 EI-HCA), EX-(EAL)/(AAV), RTND (SFA) 1998-07, LST (DHL) EUROPE. FREIGHTER.
0 727-227F (JT8D-7B HK) (1202-21245, EI-PAK), WREN EQUIPMENT LSD 2003-03. RTND, LST (DES) 2005-02. FREIGHTER.
0 727-281F (JT8D-7B HK) (865-20466, /71 EI-LCH), EX-(ANA), RTND (SFA) 1998-07, LST (DHL) EUROPE. FREIGHTER.
0 727-281F (JT8D-7B HK) (884-20571), RTND (STR) 1994-12. FREIGHTER.
1 737-31S (CFM56-3) (29057, EI-STA - - SEE PHOTO - - "HCA-737-31S-2010-03), OPS FOR (EUE). COMBI.
1 737-400F (CFM56-3C-1) (23330, EI-STB), 2012-10. FREIGHTER.
1 737-429F (CFM56-3C-1) (27094, EI-STM), VX CAPITAL LEASED 2017-03.
3 757-2Q8 (775; EI-LBR - SEE ATTACHED - - "HCA-757-200-2014-04;" 792, EI-LBS; 801, EI-LBT), DAMP LEASED TO AER LINGUS (ARL) IN 2014 FOR NORTHERN SUMMER SEASON. ALL OPERATED FOR AER LINGUS (ARL) WITH WINGLETS. 12J (PY FLAT BEDS), 165Y.
1 757-2YO (555, EI-CJX), 12C, 165Y.
1 757-2YOF (RB211-535E4) (26160, EI-CJX), EX-(N135CA) LST (ASL) AIRLINES, IRELAND 2015-11. FREIGHTER.
0 L-188C ELECTRAS (1129; 1144; 2014; ST (CXP) 1998-08).
1 L-100-30 HERCULES (AN 501-D22A) (4673, /76 EI-JIV; 4676, /76 ZS-JVL), (SFA) LSD 1999-05. 4676 RTND. FREIGHTER.
0 L-100-30 HERCULES (4475), (SFA) LSD 2000-08. RTND. FREIGHTER.
3 A300B4-103F (CF6-50C2) (148, /81 EI-OZA; 184, /82 EI-OZB; 189, /82 EI-OZC), (EUE) WET-LSD 2002-05. FREIGHTER.
0 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (047) CONVERTED BY (DASA), EX-(EGP), (250) (289, EI-EAD, OPS FOR (DHL) (095, EI-EAE, EX-(CVL) 2000-12, CONV TO F BY SOGERMA) (289, OO-DLU; ST (EPT) 2002-12). RTND. FREIGHTER.
2 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (116, /80 OO-DLY; 150, /81 OO-DLV). 095 TRANSFERRED TO (SWF) AS (EC-JHO) FOR (DHL) SPAIN OPS. 116; & 150 TRANSFERRED FROM (EPT) 2010-02. FREIGHTER.
3 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (152, EI-OZE, 2010-02; 208, EI-OZG, 2010-02; 219, EI-OZI, 2010-02), OPS FOR (DHL) IN (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
1 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (199, EI-EAB, 2010-03), EX-(OO-DLW), EX-(JAS), 2006-05, OPS FOR (DHL) IN (DHL) COLORS. TRANSFERRED FROM (EPT) 2010-02. FREIGHTER.
2 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (274, /83 OO-DIB), EX-(SCH), (CSV) LSD 2001-07; (220, /82 OO-DIC), OPS FOR (DHL) IN (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
8 A300B4-203F (238, EX-(PAA), 1 TO (HCA) 1998-11, (152, /81 OO-DLC, OPS FOR (DLH), 1 TO (HCA) 1999-05; (236, /83 OO-DLE; 289, /83 OO-DLU; 274, /83 OO-DIB; 220, /82 OO-DIC; 259, /83 OO-DID; 250, /83 OO-DIT). ALL 9 APLS TRANSFERRED FROM (EPT) STARTING 2010-02. FREIGHTER.
1 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (234, /83 OO-DLI), EX-(PAL), DASA CONV TO F. TRANSFERRED FROM (EPT) STARTING 2010-02. FREIGHTER.
4 A300B4F-622R (577, EI-DGU; 677, EI-EXR; 717, EI-OZL; 722, EI-OZM), EX-(TC-ACM), AERCAP (DEA) LSD 2014-08. ALL 4 OPS FOR (EAT) LEIPZIG. FREIGHTER.
0 A300-622RF (PW4158) (683, /93 EI-OZK), EX-(N2683) 2013-02. RTND AIR CONTRACTORS (HCA) 2014-06. FREIGHTER.
1 A300-600F (770, EI-OZJ), WET-LST (AHY) 2013-01, FOR DHL OPS HONG KONG TO VIET NAM. SUB-LST AIR HONG KONG 2015-03. FREIGHTER.
1 L-100-30 HERCULES.
0 DHC-8-311 (216) TWIN OTTER, (SCH) LSD 2000-06. RTND.
0 DHC-8-311 (298, PH-SDM), (SCH) WET-LSD 2003-01. RTND.
1 ATR42-300F (PW120) (005, /85 EI-SLD, 2004-05; 149, /89 SE-LST), 005 WFU. FREIGHTER.
2 ATR42-300F (PW120) (079, /88 EI-SLB; 082, /88 EI-SLC), BF CIMBER AIR 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
2 ATR42-300F (PW120) (243, /91 EI-FXB; 282, /91 EI-FXA), (FED) LSD 2005-05. FREIGHTER.
3 ATR42-300F (PW120) (273, /91 EI-FXE, 2005-06; 310, /92 EI-FXC, 2005-08; 327, /92 EI-FXE, 2005-10), (FED) LSD. FREIGHTER.
1 ATR42-320F (PW121) (024, /86 EI-SLE), FREIGHTER.
1 ATR72-201 (PW124B) (108, EI-SLR), EX-(HB-AFG) 2015-11.
6 ATR72-201F (PW124B) (126, EI-REJ; 198, EI-SLS; 210, /91 EI-SLF, 2002-11; 224, /91 EI-FXG; 324, EI-SLJ; 395, EI-SLK), (FED) LSD. FREIGHTER.
6 ATR72-202F (PW124B) (157, /89 EI-SLH; 183, /90 EI-SLG, 229, /91 EI-FXH, 2006-02; 256, EI-FXK, 2007-08; 292, EI-FXJ; 294, EI-FXI; 364, EI-SLU, 2017-06; 387, EI-SLL; 405, EI-SLN; 413, EI-SLM), 2009-11. 387; & 405; RF AER ARRAN. FREIGHTER.
2 ATR72-212 (PW124B) (395, EI-SLK - SEE PHOTO - - "HCA-ATR 72-2009-11;" 461, EI-SLP). FREIGHTER.
2 ATR72-500 (PW124) (577, EI-SOO; 583, EI-SOP). FREIGHTER.
1 SD3-60 (PT6A-65AR) (SH3712, /86 EI-SMA "CITY OF LIVERPOOL" 2004-06; SH3661, /84 EI-SMB "CITY OF EXETER" 2004-11), BAC LSG LSD. SH3712 RTND 2005-07. FREIGHTER.
3 F27-500RF (DART 532-7) (10633, /83 EI-SMF), BAC EXPRESS WET-LSD 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
LUDWIG CRIEL, CHAIRMAN.
HUGH FLYNN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
COLIN GRANT, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO).
CAPTAIN CON MURPHY, CHIEF PILOT (DUBOOAG) (email@example.com) (2003-05).
CAPTAIN TONY BARRETT-JOLLEY, FLIGHT SAFETY OFFICER.
CAPTAIN BEN BOWLES, FLEET CAPTAIN 727.
CAPTAIN JOHN FLEMMING, FLEET CAPTAIN A300.
A HUMPHRIES, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
JOHN ROONEY, ENGINEERING MANAGER (DUBOOAG) (firstname.lastname@example.org) (2000-05).
JULIAN ROUCHY-KELLY, QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MANAGER (2003-05).
PHIL MORDEY, LINE MAINTENANCE MANAGER (1999-10).
ADRIAN WILLIAMSON, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANAGER (1999-10).
NOEL KELLEY, FLIGHT OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATION MANAGER.