||KITTY HAWK AIR CARGO
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FOUNDED IN 1976. DOMESTIC AND REGIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGERS AND CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
1515 WEST 20TH STREET
PO BOX 612787, DFW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TEXAS TX 75261, USA
MAY 1996: MAIN BASE: DALLAS/FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL (DFW).
HUBS: DETROIT; & TERRA HAUTE, INDIANA.
225 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 150 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 75 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).
1 727-200 ADV (20668), EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), AIRCRAFT LEASING, CONVERSION TO CARGO BY PEMCO WORLD AIR SERVICES.
AUGUST 1996: PLANS TO EXPAND THEIR HANGAR FACILITIES AT DALLAS/FORT WORTH (DFW) INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
2 727-200'S ADVANCE (21512; 21513), EX-US AIRWAYS (USA), AERO CORPORATION, FLORIDA, DOING "D" CHECKS, CARGO CONVERSION, AND INSTALLATION OF FEDEX HUSHKITS ON (JT8D-15A) ENGINES.
SEPTEMBER 1996: $21 MILLION, USA POSTAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR XMAS PEAK.
NOVEMBER 1996: +1 727-200F. NEGOTIATING FOR +2 727'S AND HOPES TO SECURE +3 BY THE END OF 1996 FOR TOTAL 15. 2 727-200F'S (21105; 21108), EX-AIR JAMAICA (JAM) (1997-01) .
FEBRUARY 1997: 1996 = 94.2 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (40.2 MILLION)
+1 727F FOR 10. CURRENTLY NEGOTIATING FOR +2 727'S, +3 BY THE END OF 1997 FOR TOTAL 15.
MAY 1997: +7 727-200'S TO 8 IN SERVICE. 4 RECEIVED ALREADY, OTHER 2 BY 3RD QUARTER. OPERATING +2 727-200F'S ON BEHALF OF (BNA) ($13 MILLION, 2 YEAR CONTRACT).
JULY 1997: 3 YEAR CONTRACT ($4.7 MILLION/YEAR), DAILY CHARTER, SYDNEY TO AUCKLAND, FOR ANSETT AIR FREIGHT, WITH 727-223F (20186).
AUGUST 1997: (LOI) TO COMBINE WITH (CKF), AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT, AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL CARGO, KALITTA FLYING SERVICES, FLIGHT ONE LOGISTICS, & OK TURBINES, ACCORDING TO TOM CHRISTOPHER, CHAIRMAN.
BUYS 16 727'S FROM (CKF), FOR $51 MILLION.
SEPTEMBER 1997: ACQUISITION OF (CKF) FOR $20 MILLION COMPLETED.
2 727-223'S (19488; 19494), EX-AMERICAN (AAL).
NOVEMBER 1997: 2 DC-9-15F, WET-LEASED TO (DHL).
DECEMBER 1997: GREG EMBREE, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES, IS BROTHER OF BRUCE EMBREE, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC).
2 727-200'S, EX-(CKF), DELIVERIES.
JANUARY 1998: (http://www.kha.com).
APRIL 1998: 3,600 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 800 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
1 727-200 PAX LEASED, TO SKY TREK (SKY).
MAY 1998: $25.8 MILLION, (USPS) CONTRACT TO OPERATE A MAIL DELIVERY HUB AT BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, DURING XMAS SEASON.
1ST 4 MONTHS = 101 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+70.6%).
2 727-200F'S WET-LEASED TO (USPS), FOR KNOXVILLE, TN - DALLAS (DFW) - SEATTLE (SEA) - SPOKANE.
AUGUST 1998: BROKE GROUND ON NEW $33 MILLION, CARGO HUB, 240K SQ FT, SORTING FACILITY, AT FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, TO BE COMPLETED IN 1999-06.
COMPLETED IN-HOUSE CARGO CONVERSION OF 747-200, EX-MIDDLE EAST AIRLINES (MEA) (21097). BOEING WICHITA IS DOING OTHER 2 747-200'S (21098; 21099), EX-(MEA).
BOUGHT 1 727-90C (19170) & 2 727-222F'S (20040; 20041), FROM OMNI AIR INTERNATIONAL (OAE).
SEPTEMBER 1998: AS OWNER OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS (CKF), CHARLES CARSON, PRESIDENT, TO REPLACE CONNIE KALITTA.
PLANS FOR ITS OSCODA, MICHIGAN, MAINTENANCE FACILITY, TO DO 35 DC-9F/727F'S, AND 18 747/L-1011'S TO BE OUTSOURCED.
OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = +$9.18 MILLION (+$7.58 MILLION).
NOVEMBER 1998: DISMANTLED 727-23F (19183). 727-21C (19134) & 727-173C (19504) RETURNED TO AIRCRAFT INVESTMENTS.
DECEMBER 1998: GROUNDS 1 747-100 PASSENGER AIRPLANE OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL (CKF), LEAVING 1 747-100, & 2 L-1011'S, FOR PASSENGER (PAX) CHARTER BUSINESS. CORE BUSINESS IS SCHEDULED, OVERNIGHT CARGO, TO >40 CITIES. HUB IN TERRA HAUTE, INDIANA, FOR CARGO SERVICES, AND 3RD PARTY AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE.
747-2B4F FROM BOEING WICHITA MODIFICATION, ON 2 YEAR, WET-LEASE CONTRACT TO NORTH ATLANTIC AIRWAYS, FOR EUROPE, TO SOUTH AFRICA.
JANUARY 1999: 727-224F (20664, N69735), INTREPID LEASED.
FEBRUARY 1999: RECEIVES (FAA) APPROVAL FOR MODIFICATION (SIDE RESTRAINTS/PERM WEIGHT UPGRADES) OF FLOOR STRUCTURE OF NON-(OEM) CONVERTED 727F'S, AS (AMOC) TO (AD)'S LIMITING PAYLOADS. 2ND SUPPLEMENTAL TYPE CERTIFICATE (STC) EXPECTED IN 2ND QUARTER, TO ALLOW 8K LBS PAYLOADS, IN PALLET POSITIONS 2-6, & 9-11.
1998 = +$16.6 MILLION (-$960,000): 4TH QUARTER = +$11.5 MILLION (+$5.1 MILLION) (+125%) RECORD!
PLANS TO LEASE 9 727-200 FH'S FROM PEGASUS (PSS), BY THE END OF 1999, FOR TOTAL 42.
MARCH 1999: ACQUIRES REMAINING 40% FROM PACIFIC AVIATION LOGISTICS, FOR 100% OWNERSHIP OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL CARGO (CKF), WHICH PROVIDES SCHEDULED CARGO SERVICE BETWEEN LOS ANGELES (LAX) AND THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, & WEEKLY THRU MELBOURNE, HONG KONG, AND OTHER PACIFIC DESTINATIONS.
727-223F (20186, N6833) RETURNED FROM ANSETT AIR FREIGHT (AFI) AND WET-LEASED 727-223F (19484, N6809) TO (AFI) IN ITS PLACE.
APRIL 1999: (FAA) OK'S FLOOR MODIFICATION KIT FOR PEMCO, AND AEI, 727-200 FREIGHTERS. ACTION TERMINATES AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE (AD) ON CARGO FLOOR STRENGTH OF CONVERTED AIRPLANES, & UPGRADES AVERAGE WEIGHT TO 6,000 LBS PER CARGO POSITION. IS ONLY KIT APPROVED TO ENABLE 727-200F TO OPERATE AT FULL PAYLOAD CAPACITY OF 60,000 LBS ($75,000 EACH).
3,600 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 800 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 75 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)). SITA: DFWADKR.
727-22C (406-19195, N727CK), SOLD TO DAVID CLARK, TRANS CONTINENTAL (TCN).
MAY 1999: DC-8-61F (45964, N861PL), EX-KITTY HAWK INTERNATIONAL (CKF), OPERATES FOR BAX GLOBAL (BNA).
JUNE 1999: 5 747'S HEAVY MAINTENANCE & MODIFICATIONS CONTRACT TO BOEING AIRPLANE SERVICES, WICHITA.
JULY 1999: SELLS CERTAIN ASSETS OF 727/(JT8D) MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS (200,OOO SQ FT) AT OSCODA, MICHIGAN, FOR $21.5 MILLION, INCLUDING 3 YEAR HEAVY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR 34 727'S, +112 (JT8D)'S, TO AVIATION SALES (ASC).
8/5 ORDERS FEDEX (FED) HEAVYWEIGHT STAGE 3 HUSHKITS FOR 727-200F'S FOR TOTAL 28 KITS. 727-200F (20664), EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), PEGASUS (PSS) LEASED, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY AVBORNE HEAVY MAINTENANCE, FLORIDA.
AUGUST 1999: OPENS $33 MILLION, 240,000 SQ FT, CARGO HUB AT FORT WAYNE, INDIANA.
TAKES OVER USA POSTAL SERVICE W-NET CONTRACT FROM EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL (EVR), AS 6-YEAR $264 MILLION, TO BE OPERATED BY 8 727-200F'S, & 1 SUB-CONTRACTED AIRPLANE, FROM RENO HUB.
727-297F (21690, N916PG), PACIFIC AIRCORP LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 1999: CLARK STEVENS, PRESIDENT, EX-PRESIDENT & COO, MESA AIR. DONALD SCOTT, VP GROUND SERVICES & US POSTAL SERVICE OPERATIONS.
1 727-243 (21662, N579PE), 1ST SECURITY BANK LEASED.
NOVEMBER 1999: 2 727-200F'S, STAGE 3, (PSS) LEASED (22441, EX-FRENCH POST OFFICE (FPO); 22450, EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), TIMCO MAINTENANCE, AVBORNE HUSHKITS.
DECEMBER 1999: 2 747'S, NORTHWEST AIRLINES (NWA) WET-LEASED FOR USA POSTAL SERVICE CONTRACT FOR 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO XMAS. 2 727-200F'S (22476; 22549) EX-ITAPERIM (ITP), REPUBLIC 7 YEAR LEASED, HEAVY MAINTENANCE AT STAMBAUGH AVIATION.
JANUARY 2000: 1 727-243F (21269, N1269Y), WREN LEASED.
FEBRUARY 2000: 727-223F (19484, N6809), RETURNED FROM ANSETT AIR FREIGHT (AFI). 2 A300B4-200F'S (CF6-50C2) (154; 211), TRADEWINDS (TWD) WET-LEASED.
APRIL 2000: (KHC) BOARD OUSTS TOM CHRISTOPHER, CHAIRMAN & CEO. TILMON REEVES, CHAIRMAN & CEO (INTERIM).
3,600 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 800 FLIGHT CREW (FC). (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2 CONVAIR 600'S (10; 119) & 2 CONVAIR 640'S (10; 32), SOLD TO RHOADES INTERNATIONAL.
MAY 2000: SUSPENDS INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS, KITTY HAWK INTERNATIONAL (CKF). KITTY HAWK AIRCARGO, WITH HUB IN FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, PROVIDES OVERNIGHT SERVICE TO 50 USA CITIES WITH 727'S.
FILES FOR CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY.
CONRAD KALITTA RESIGNED FROM BOARD.
JUNE 2000: 727-224 (22449, N79746), SOLD TO PEGASUS (PSS).
JULY 2000: APPLIES TO HAVE ITS AIR OPERATIONS CERTIFICATE (AOC) TRANSFERRED TO WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY, CALLED KITTY HAWK AIR.
1999 = +$23.46 MILLION (+$16.64 MILLION) (NET PROFIT): 1.16 BILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (-12.1%); 733 EMPLOYEES.
NEGOTIATIONS WITH CELTIC AVIATION TO SELL 2 L-1011-200'S (1204; 1205) & 6 L-1011-200F'S (1178; 1182; 1193; 1198; 1211, 1212). 727-90C (332-19170), RETIRED AT ROSWELL.
OCTOBER 2000: EXPECTS BANKRUPTCY COURT APPROVAL OF REORGANIZATION PLAN AND EXPECTS TO EXIT CHAPTER 11, BY 2001-01.
NOVEMBER 2000: 727-90C (19170) SOLD TO DODSON (DSN), SOLD TO (TWL), MAURITIUS, FOR OPERATIONS BY TRANSAFRIK (TCL).
DECEMBER 2000: SELLS DC-9-15RC TO RELIANT (RLT) (47014) (129, N112PS) TO 1ST SOURCE BANK.
MAY 2001: 1 727-225F (22549, N902RF), AND 1 727-259F (22476, N901RF) RETURNED TO REPUBLIC FINANCIAL.
JULY 2001: WILL END ITS USA POSTAL SERVICE W-NET CONTRACT IN AUGUST.
SEPTEMBER 2001: 2 727-214F'S (21512; 21513) WFU MARANA. 727-223 (19482) RETIRED, AND REMOVED FROM CERTIFICATE.
OCTOBER 2001: 1 DC-9-15F (47013) RETURNED TO (FSB).
JANUARY 2002: 2 DC-9-15F'S (47012; 47062) SOLD TO LINEAS AEREAS SURAMERICANAS (LAR). (KHC) DC-9'S ALL SOLD.
July 2002: Reorganization plan is approved for exit from bankruptcy, at the end of next month.
2001 = -$82.9 Million (-$14.02 Million): 315.35 Million (FTK) freight traffic (-35.1%). 6 months = 95.42 Million (FTK) (-46.89%).
August 2002: L-1011-385-1-15F (293C-1212, V2-LFQ) sold to Jordan Aviation (JOR).
September 2002: 2 727-214F's (21512; 21513) returned to lessor.
October 2002: Emerged from Chapter 11, under ownership by creditors, after filing in May 2000.
Now has 33 727-200F's.
November 2002: (KHC) parent, Kitty Hawk Inc, named Robert W Zoller Jr, ex-Hawaiian Airlines (HWI), as President & CEO, replacing Jim Reeves, who will become a consultant to the new CEO.
Adds Ontario, Canada, and Toronto to its dedivated route system.
Sells 5 L-1011-200F's (1178; 1182; 1193; 1198; 1211) to LANTA, Antigua. (1198) was leased to its affiliate, (CBJ) CARGO, who now has 2.
April 2003: Daniel Stone, VP Maintenance & Engineering.
May 2004: Kitty Hawk (KHC) announced it has signed a contract to lease seven 737-300SF airplanes from (GEF). Kitty Hawk (KHC) will be the North American launch customer for the 737-300SF, the freighter version of one of the best-selling and most popular commercial passenger airplanes of all time. The first airplane will be delivered to Kitty Hawk (KHC) in November, with the balance of the order delivered through 2005. The lease term for the new airplanes will be 10 years, with extension options at the end of that term. Work to convert the passenger 737-300s to SF models (freighters) will be performed by one of the premier passenger to cargo aircraft conversion companies in the world, Israel Aircraft Industries, Bedek Division (IAI). For the present time, Kitty Hawk (KHC) will continue to operate all of its 20 Boeing 727F airplanes, though some of those airplanes will be retired in the years ahead.
“This is a significant step toward enhancing the Kitty Hawk (KHC) fleet and preparing our company for the future,” said Robert W Zoller, Kitty Hawk (KHC)’s President and CEO. “The 737-300SF will be a tremendous addition - it is a very fuel efficient, environmentally friendly airplane, capable of achieving federal Stage 4 noise regulations and possessing a modern digital technology flight deck. As such, the 737-300SF will provide lower operating and maintenance costs for our company. This obviously expands our fleet and reaffirms our commitment to growing our company in a way that makes good, solid economic sense. We are honored to be working closely with industry leaders GECAS (GEF) and (IAI).”
As a recognized leader in air cargo customer service, Kitty Hawk (KHC) is the premier provider of guaranteed, mission-critical, scheduled overnight air freight transportation to approximately 60 cities across North America including, Alaska, Hawaii, Toronto, Canada and San Juan, Puerto Rico. With more than 30 years experience in the aviation and air freight industries, Kitty Hawk (KHC) plays a key connecting role in the global supply chain. Kitty Hawk (KHC) serves the logistics needs of more than 1,500 freight forwarders, integrated carriers and major airlines with its fleet of 727 freighter aircraft (and soon, new Boeing 737-300SF airplanes), its ground truck-network as well as its 239,000 square-foot cargo warehouse, USA Customs clearance and sort facility at its Fort Wayne, Indiana hub.
June 2004: Selected Nuasis Corp's NuContact Center solution for its future customer contact needs. The airline expects to implement new technology this summer at its call center at Fort Wayne.
July 2004: Robert Barron, VP Maintenance & Engineering.
2003 = 178.22 Million (FTK) freight traffic (-12.7%).
January 2005: 4th Quarter = +$5.4 Million (+$2.2 Million): scheduled freight revenue $43 Million (+19.5%). 2004 = +$6.5 Million (+$2.6 Million): scheduled freight revenue $154 Million (+20.9%).
737-375 (23708), ex-EasyJet (EZY).
April 2005: 737-306F (CFM56) (23538, N102KH), GECAS (GEF) leased after conversion to freighter by Bedek (IAI).
May 2005: Kitty Hawk Air Cargo (KHC) provides domestic, overnight freight, charter, jet airplane services.
(IATA) Code: KR - 798. (ICAO) Code: KHA (Callsign - AIR KITTYHAWK).
Parent organization/shareholders: Tom Christopher (30.6%); Connie Kalitta (27.5%).
Owns: Kitty Hawk International (CKF).
Main Base: Dallas/Fort Worth International airport (DFW).
Hub: Fort Wayne International airport, Indiana.
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Atlanta; Baltimore; Boston; Buffalo; Charlotte; Dallas/Ft Worth; Denver; Detroit; El Paso; Fort Wayne; Honolulu; Houston; Kansas City; Los Angeles; Miami; Minneapolis/St Paul; Nashville; New York; Orlando; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Portland; San Francisco; & Seattle.
International, freight destinations: San Juan.
June 2005: Robert Barron, VP & COO, ex-VP Maintenance & Engineering. Previously was an inspector with US Airways (USA).
July 2005: James Kupferschmid, VP & CFO, ex-Continental Airlines & ex-Northwest Airlines (NWA).
September 2005: 737-3YOF (24916, N106KH), (GEF) leased.
March 2006: Avexus announced that Kitty Hawk Aircargo (KHC) selected Avexus software solutions - - hosted centrally through the Internet-based, Avexus Hosted Solution Environment - - to manage the end-to-end maintenance operations of its fleet. Included are Avexus Asset Management & Operations as well as its Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) software solutions. Additionally, the solutions will provide performance reporting and analytics.
June 2006: Kitty Hawk, Inc, the parent company of Kitty Hawk Cargo, Kitty Hawk Ground and Kitty Hawk Aircargo (KHC), announced a number of changes in management, including the promotions of Steven Markhoff and Randy Smith.
Markhoff has been appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Kitty Hawk Cargo, Inc, and Smith has been appointed Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer of Kitty Hawk, Inc.
Robert W Zoller, President and CEO, said the promotions were to “properly allocate critical executive and senior leadership talent toward enhanced customer service, more direct customer contact and improved performance.”
Kitty Hawk, Incorporated (KHC) through its wholly-owned subsidiary Kitty Hawk Ground, Incorporated, announced that it has completed its previously announced Asset Purchase Agreement with privately held Air Container Transport, Incorporated (ACT). (ACT) operates an airport-to-airport expedited ground freight network primarily in California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Colorado, Utah, Illinois and Texas. In 2005, (ACT) had revenues of $44.5 million. The transaction is expected to be accretive to Kitty Hawk (KHC)'s financial performance in 2006. "The closing of (ACT) marks a very important milestone for Kitty Hawk (KHC). We have stayed focused on our strategic plan to build the only independent expedited air and ground heavyweight freight network in North America," said Robert Zoller, Kitty Hawk (KHC) President and CEO. "This acquisition further strengthens the Kitty Hawk (KHC) brand through a broader range of products and services for a wider range of customers; improved geographic and international gateway coverage representing new opportunities for growth; and the addition of an expanded and experienced ground network infrastructure.”
Kitty Hawk (KHC) is a scheduled overnight air freight company with a fleet of Boeing 737-300SF and 727-200 cargo airplanes.
September 2006: 727-243F (21662, N579PE), & 727-287F (21690, N916PG), Pegasus (PSS) leased.
October 2007: Kitty Hawk Inc (KHC), which operates air cargo and ground handling services, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company, which operates 727-200F and 737-300F freighters, said it would continue to pay employee wages and benefits, while it attempts to reorganize and secure interim financing. Kitty Hawk (KHC) officials said the move was taken in "the best long-term interests" of employees, vendors and customers.
Kitty Hawk (KHC), the Dallas/Fort Worth-based air cargo operator, that specialized in expedited delivery of time-sensitive heavyweight cargo in the USA, said that it "will immediately cease all scheduled network air and ground operations" owing to declining demand and rising fuel costs. The carrier, which was attempting to restructure, via Chapter 11, laid off -500 workers. It said it will continue operating air cargo charter services, which previously had been a side business to utilize its 727-200Fs and 737-300SFs, when the airplanes were not needed on its scheduled routes.
Enduring its second bankruptcy this decade, Kitty Hawk (KHC) is expected to be de-listed by the American Stock Exchange this week.
November 2007: 2 737-3M8Fs (24020; 24022), 3 737-3YOFs (24462; 24902; 24916), 737-306F (23538), and 737-375F (23708), returned to GECAS (GEF).
December 2007: Kitty Hawk (KHC) will reportedly continue to operate air cargo charter operations.
July 2008: 737-3B2F (2402, N103KH), 737-306SF (23538, N102KH), and 737-375SF (23708, N111KH), returned to lessor and leased to QuikJet (QJT).
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0 727-90C (JT8D) (332-19170, /67), EX-(ASA), ST (DSN), (TCL) OPS. FREIGHTER.
2 727-2JOF (JT8D-15 HK) (1158-21105, /75 N281KH; 1174-21108, /75 N284KH), EX-(JAM). FREIGHTER.
1 727-214F (JT8D-7B HK) (1343-21512, /78 N157KH; 1365-21513, /78 N158KH), 21513; TO (RIL) 5/09. FREIGHTER.
1 727-222F (JT8D-7B HK) (729-20040, /69 N90AX; 732-20041, /69 N155KH), EX-(OAE) & (UAL). 20040 STORED ROSWELL 4/03. FREIGHTER.
13 727-223F (JT8D-9 HK) (548-19481, /68 N6806; 557-19482, /68 N6807; 558-19483, /68 N6808; 560-19484, /68 N6809; 579-19487, /68 N6812; 669-19496, /68 N6821; 698-20180, /69 N6827; 707-20184, /69 N6831; 721-20186, /69 N6833; 20187; 20191; 1192-20995, /76 N854AA; 1193-20996, /76 N855AA; 1195-20997, /76 N856AA; 1200-21085, /76 N858AA), EX-(AAL). 19482 RETIRED 12/01. 18486 & 20187 WFU AT VICTORVILLE. 19491; 20180; 20996; STORED AT ROSWELL 4/03. 19491; BROKEN UP 7/04. 20180 RTS 9/04. 20995; ST FLIGHTSTAR GROUP 4/07. FREIGHTER.
3 727-224F (JT8D-9A HK) (1079-20664, /74 N69735; 1153-20667, /75 N69739; 1154-20668, /75 N69740). 20664 STORED ROSWELL 4/03. (1760-22450, N79748), EX-(CAL), (PSS) LSD 11/99. 22450 RTND. FREIGHTER.
0 727-225F (JT8D HK) (1695-22441), EX-(FPO), (PSS) LSD 11/99. RTND. FREIGHTER.
0 727-225F (JT8D HK) (1737-22549, /81), EX-(EAL)/(IPT), RTND 5/01. FREIGHTER.
0 727-232F (JT8D-15 HK) (918-20635, N77780), STORED AT ROSWELL 4/03. FREIGHTER.
1 727-243F (JT8D-7B HK) (1230-21269, /76 N154KH), WREN EQUIP LSD 1/00. FREIGHTER.
1 727-243F (JT8D-7B HK) (1421-21662, N579PE), (FSB) LSD 9/99. RTND. (PSS) LSD AGAIN 9/06. FREIGHTER.
3 727-251F (JT8D-15 HK) (655-19971, /68 N252US; 19974; 19983; 1173-21157, /75 278US; 1177-21158, /75 N279US), EX-(NWA), 19983 STORED AT TUCSON. 19974 SCRAPPED 7/04. FREIGHTER.
0 727-259F (JT8D HK) (1747-22476, /81), EX-(AVI)/(IPT) RTND 5/01. FREIGHTER.
1 727-287F (JT8D-17 HK) (1469-21690, /79 N916PG), PACIFIC AIRCORP LSD 8/99. (PSS) LSD AGAIN 9/06. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3M8F (CFM56-3B2) (1614-24020, /88 N103KH), (BBB) LSD. RTND 11/07, LST (QJT) 7/08. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3M8F (CFM56-3B2) (1662-24022, /89 N107KH), (GEF) LSD 7/05. RTND 11/07, LST (QJT) 6/08. LST (SWF) 4/09. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3YOF (CFM56-3B2) (1691-24462, /89 N105KH, 4/05), (BBB) LSD. RTND 11/07. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3YOF (CFM56-3B2) (1973-24902, /91 N108KH), EX-(HGA), (GEF) LSD. RTND 11/07. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3YOF (CFM56-3C1) (2066-24916, /91 N106KH), (GEF) LSD 9/05. RTND 11/07. FREIGHTER.
0 737-3O6SF (CFM56-3) (1288-23538, /86 N102KH, 5/05), CONV TO SF BY (IAI). (GEF) LSD. RTND 11/07, LST (QJT) 7/08. FREIGHTER.
0 737-375SF (CFM56-3B1) (1395-23708, /87 N111KH), EX-(EZY) 1/05, (GEF) LSD. RTND 11/07, LST (QJT) 7/08. FREIGHTER
2 747-2B4F (21097; 21098; 21099), EX-(MEA), 21099 WET-LST (NTZ) 12/98, ST (DAW). FREIGHTER.
1 DC-8-61F (364-45964, N861PL), EX-(CKF). FREIGHTER.
0 DC-9-15F, 2 F'S WET-LST (DHL) (129-47013 RTND (FSB) 10/01). 47012; 47062; ST (LAR) 1/02. FREIGHTER.
2 A300B4-200F (CF6-50C2) (154; 211), (TWD) WET-LSD 2/00. FREIGHTER.
6 CONVAIR 640, 4 ST RHOADES INTNL 4/00. FREIGHTER.
0 L-1011 TRISTARS. 293C-1212 ST (JOR) 8/02. 1178; 1182; 1193; 1198; 1211; ST (CBJ) 10/02.
2 DASSAULT FALCON 200.
GERALD GITNER, NON-EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN (2003-01).
ROBERT ZOLLER, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO), EX-(HWI) (2002-11).
JIM REEVES, CEO (2000-02), BECAME CONSULTANT TO CEO (2002-11).
CLARK STEVENS, PRESIDENT, EX-MESA (1999-09).
CHARLES CARSON, PRESIDENT AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS (CKF) (1998-09).
KIM WIEMUTH, MANAGING DIRECTOR TEAM RESOURCES & CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (2003-05).
ROBERT BARRON, CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER (COO) & VP (2005-06).
STEVEN MARKHOFF, SENIOR VP & COO KITTY HAWK CARGO INC (2006-06).
JAMES KUPFERSCHMID, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO), & VP, EX-(CAL)/(NWA) (2005-07).
TEJ RAJ, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (email@example.com).
KIM WEIMUTH, VP TEAM RESOURCES & CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (2004).
ALLAN FRAZEE, CHIEF PILOT.
DANIEL STONE, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING.
DONALD SCOTT, VP GROUND SERVICES & (USPS) OPERATIONS (1999-09).
RANDY SMITH, VP CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES (HR) OFFICER, KITTY HAWK INC (2006-06).
DAVID ROBINSON, DIRECTOR SAFETY (2001-12).
BRUCE EMBREE, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC) (1997-12) (firstname.lastname@example.org).
JOE LONGACRE, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE (1998-10).
PAUL TABER, CHIEF INSPECTOR (727), (QC) MANAGER.
MIKE MITCHELL, QUALITY CONTROL (QC) MANAGER (727) (1998-01).
GARY KLINE, QUALITY CONTROL (QC) MANAGER (727) (1998-01).
DON TEEUWEN, QUALITY CONTROL (QC) MANAGER (727) (1998-05).
ABE ALVAREZ, DC-9 QUALITY CONTROL (QC) MANAGER/CHIEF INSPECTOR.