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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1993. FORMERLY CONTINENTAL AIR TRANSPORT. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
3303 NORTH SHERIDAN ROAD
TULSA, OKLAHOMA 74115-2219, 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.
SEPTEMBER 1997: 60 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 30 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
MAIN BASE & HUBS: DETROIT, DAYTON AND TOLEDO AIRPORTS.
RECEIVES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) OK FOR PASSENGER CHARTER OPERATIONS. WILL STILL CONTINUE CARGO OPERATIONS CONTRACTS FOR BAX GLOBAL (BNA), EMERY (EAF) & UNITED PARCEL SERVICES (UPS).
2 DC-10-10'S (46702; 46706), EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL).
DECEMBER 1997: CHANGED NAME TO "OMNI AIR INTERNATIONAL" FROM "OMNI AIR EXPRESS" (OAE).
JANUARY 1998: PROVIDES DC-10-10 WET-LEASED TO RYAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES (RYN) FOR OPERATIONS MINNEAPOLIS TO ORLANDO/CANCUN/LAS VEGAS FOR TRANSGLOBAL TOURS. ALSO, OPERATES BOSTON - ARUBA CHARTERS FOR GWV INTERNATIONAL WITH 2ND DC-10.
MARCH 1998: OPERATES FOR RYAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES (RYN) TO HAWAII IN SUMMER FOR SUNQUEST HOLDINGS, AN AFFILIATE OF NORTH AMERICAN LEISURE GROUP. ITS PROGRAM HAS DC-10-10 CHARTERS TO HAWAII FROM LOS ANGELES (LAX) & SAN FRANCISCO (SFO).
DC-10-10 (46702) BROKEN UP FOR PARTS. 2 ORDERS DC-10-30'S, EX-CONDOR (CDF), 370 PAX (FOR TOTAL 4 DC-10'S). PRE-SERVICE MAINTENANCE BY SR TECHNICS (SWS).
APRIL 1998: CHARLES POLLARD, MANAGING DIRECTOR, EX-PRESIDENT, WORLD AIRWAYS (WLD).
IN 1ST QUARTER HAD >375 CHARTER FLIGHTS WITH 2 DC-10-10'S.
60 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 30 FLIGHT CREW (FC).
AUGUST 1998: DAILY OPERATIONS FROM SAN FRANCISCO (SFO) & LOS ANGELES (LAX) TO HAWAII.
HAS SOLD ITS 727 CARGO AIRPLANES TO KITTY HAWK (KHC) AND WILL FOCUS ON ITS DC-10 PASSENGER BUSINESS (2 DC-10-10'S, 380Y PAX, EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL). HAS +2 ORDERS DC-10-30'S, EX-CONDOR (CDF), 370Y PAX.
SEPTEMBER 1998: ROBERT CORETZ, PRESIDENT & COO. SANFORD BERNSTEIN, FOUNDER OF COMPANY IN 1993, NOW CHAIRMAN.
OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = +$1.14 MILLION (+$1.4 MILLION) (NET PROFIT).
JOINS NATIONAL AIR CARRIER ASSOCIATION (NACA): INCLUDING (CKF), (EVR), (MIB), (AAT), (TOW), & (WLD).
JANUARY 1999: BUYS DC-10-30, EX-LUFTHANSA (DLH)/CONDOR (CDF). +1 ORDER (JUNE 1999) DC-10-30, EX-(CDF).
FEBRUARY 1999: HEAVY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT, TO ISRAELI AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES (IAI) BEDEK, FOR 2 DC-10-10'S (46706; 46942).
APRIL 1999: 260 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 26 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 100 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA)).
SITA: TULCOX9. (http://www.omniairintnl.com).
MAY 1999: TO OPERATE MINNEAPOLIS - ORLANDO/LAS VEGAS FOR MLT VACATIONS, TAKING OVER SUN COUNTRY AIRLINES (SCA) FLIGHTS, FOR 1 YEAR, USING DC-10-10, 380 PAX.
AUGUST 1999: 1ST 7 MONTHS = 474.08 MILLION (RPM) PASSENGER TRAFFIC, 93% LF LOAD FACTOR, 255,000 PASSENGERS (PAX).
OCTOBER 1999: 1 DC-10-30 (46596), EX-CONDOR (CDF), SR TECHNICS (SWS) "C" CHECK MAINTENANCE.
NOVEMBER 1999: IN JANUARY 2000, CHARTER FLIGHTS, MINNEAPOLIS - HONOLULU, FOR MLT VACATIONS, & IN FEBRUARY 2000, MLT, BETWEEN DETROIT, KAHULUI, MAUI, AND HONOLULU.
1998 = +$3.73 MILLION (+$996,000).
APRIL 2000: 260 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 26 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 100 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA)).
JULY 2000: 1999 = +$1.64 MILLION (+$3.96 MILLION): 2 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC; 85.9% LF LOAD FACTOR; 681,000 PASSENGERS (PAX); 338 EMPLOYEES.
SEPTEMBER 2000: 1 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2), EX-CONDOR (CDF), (48252, N720AX), MAINTENANCE & AVIONIC MODIFICATIONS BY ST MOBILE AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, ALABAMA.
APRIL 2001: RECEIVES (FAA) AUTHORITY FOR DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS.
SEPTEMBER 2001: 1 DC-10-30 (46555) EX-AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL).
APRIL 2002: SITA: TULAAOY.
2 ORDERS DC-10-30F, EX-BRITISH AIRWAYS (BAB), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY AERONAVALI (ARP), TO BE USED FOR WET-LEASE CARGO BUSINESS.
July 2002: 2001 = +$17.37 million (+$7.32 million): 2.06 billion (RPK) traffic (-53%); 78.6% LF load factor; 693,000 passengers (PAX) (-61.2%); 80 employees (-46.7%). 1st Quarter = 288.85 million (RPM) (-19.6%); 171,000 PAX (-23.3%); 77.9% LF. 6 months = 518.33 million (RPM) (-30%); 296,000 PAX (-30.4%); 69% LF.
DC-10-30F (47816), ex-Emery Air Freight (EAF), XS Aviation leased.
August 2002: 2 DC-10-30F's (48277 N189AX; 47816, N47816), XS Aviation leased.
October 2002: In February 2003, will take over the Honolulu - Las Vegas charters, for Vacations Hawaii/Boyd Gaming, from Hawaiian Airlines (HWI).
November 2002: 1 DC-10-30 (47957, N17085), Continental Airlines (CAL) leased.
December 2002: 2 orders (June 2003) 757-200, ex-National Airlines (NAB), (ILF) leased.
April 2003: Operates domestic and international passenger charters.
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June 2003: 260 employees.
July 2003: 2002 = +$3.79 million (+$15.39 million).
December 2003: Minneapolis - Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun charters for MLT Vacations.
DC-10-30 (48265, N810AX), bought from Wells Fargo. DC-10-30F (48277), returned to Prop Three Ltd, leased to Centurion Air Cargo (CHA).
March 2004: DC-10-30 (47981), bought from Continental Airlines (CAL) for parts only.
April 2004: 1st Quarter = 1.07 billion (RPK) traffic (+116.25%); +83.26% (ASK) capacity; 65.2% LF load factor(+9.9); 197,000 passengers (PAX) (+166.22%); 78.18 million (FTK) freight traffic (+406.16%).
August 2004: 757-23A (24528, N549AX), Tombo (TOM) leased.
June 2005: Omni Air International (OAE) operates domestic and international passenger charter jet airplane services. It also offers wet-leasing.
(IATA) Code: OY. (ICAO) Code: OAE.
January 2006: 757-236 (25597, N639AX), ex-Cebu Pacific (CEB), GATX (GAX) leased.
June 2006: 757-28A (24368, N368CG), ACG Acquisitions leased.
July 2006: DC-10-30 (46934, N236NW), bought from Northwest Airlines (NWA).
September 2006: 2 DC-10-30's (48267, N238NW; 48316, N244NW), bought from Northwest Airlines (NWA).
October 2006: DC-10-30 (46595, N540AX), WFU at Victorville.
April 2007: DC-10-30 (48290, N612AX), ex-Northwest Airlineas (NWA).
November 2007: 1st 6 months = 1.83 billion (RPK)s traffic (+5.82%); (+6.12%) (ASK)s capacity; 58.7% LF load factor (-.2%); 228.57 million (FTK)s freight traffic (+4.62%); 237,000 passengers (+14.49%).
DC-10-30 (47957, N17085), sold to Tanker Air Carrier LLC.
December 2007: DC-10-30 (46934, N236NW), parted out.
January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 3.93 billion (RPK)s traffic (+3.09%); +6.24% (ASK)s; -1.8 load factor 57.5% LF; 456.83 million (FTK)s (-4.58%) freight traffic; 713,000 passengers. SEE ATTACHED - - "OAE-2007-STATS."
September 2008: Omni Air (OAE) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes.
November 2008: 1st 6 months = 2.11 billion (RPK)s traffic (+15.07%); +22.71% (ASK)s capacity; 55.1% LF (-3.7%); 47.32 million (FTK)s freight traffic; 470,000 (+9.6%).
August 2009: 2 767-33AERs (27908, N351AX; 28147, N378AX), bought from Alitalia (ALI).
October 2009: Omni Air International (OAE) has no pilots (FC) on furlough and is accepting (Flight Crew (FC) applications.
November 2009: Delta (DAL) TechOps signed a 5-year deal with Omni Air International (OAE) covering component and inventory support of (OAE)'s 767s.
December 2009: 767-33AER (27908, N351AX), delivery, bought from Alitalia (ALI), ex-(I-DEIF).
February 2011: There is no official word from Omni Air International (OAE), however pilot (FC) sources indicate (OAE) is interviewing and hiring.
April 2011: In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) Services was selected by Omni Air International (OAE) to provide entertainment content for the in-flight entertainment systems running on its fleet of 757s, 767s, and DC-10s. 777s will be added later this year.
June 2011: Omni Air International (OAE) has received USA (FAA) approval to operate 777-200ER airplanhes, including 180-minute Extended Twin-engine OPerationS (ETOPS) authority. It is the 1st USA registered non-scheduled airline to operate the airplane type in passenger service. (OAE) said it will add a 2nd 777-200ER to the certificate in mid-July.
"(OAE) continues to be a leader in turnkey passenger charter and (ACMI) wet lease services," Senior Director Business Planning & Strategy, Robert Jared said. "The addition of the 777-200ER to our growing fleet of 767-300ER airplanes enhances our core competencies of custom designed air transportation programs for both the charter and (ACMI) wet lease business. Our new product offering is among one of the few airplanes in the USA charter fleet offering individual seat back entertainment for our passengers."
July 2011: 777-222ER (26943, N927AX - - SEE PHOTO - - "OAE-777-222ER - 2011-07"), ex-United Airlines (UAL) ex-(N790UA), and ex-Air India (AIN), ex-(VT-AIJ).
August 2011: The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) said it reached a tentative agreement with Omni Air (OAE) on its 1st pilot (FC) contract, which includes substantial pay and benefit increases, and scope provisions to protect jobs and quality of life. (IBT) said the contract was reached after years of negotiations.
Airline Division international representative, Captain Scott Hegland said, In addition to some very solid scope protection language, the flight crew (FC) members will see an aggregate +34% pay increase and work rules that will improve their quality of life.
January 2012: Omni Air International (OAE) is reportedly transitioning to a total Boeing (TBC) fleet, retiring the DC-10s. (OAE) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) pilot resumes via email@example.com. Also see FltOps.com and FAPA.aero.
June 2012: Caribbean Airlines (TTA) has temporarily wet-leased 767-33AER (28147, N378AX) from Omni Air International (OAE) to launch its new Port of Spain Piarco International (POS) - London Gatwick (LGW) route after its 2 own 767-300ERs Caribbean is leasing from (LAN) Airlines could not be ready in time for the planned resumption of its services to Europe and are still being prepared at México City Benito Juárez International (MEX).
August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Omni Air International (OAE) had some recent flight crew (FC) interviews.
May 2014: BoA - Boliviana de Aviación ((IATA) Code: OB, based at La Paz El Alto) (LAB) has taken delivery of its 1st own long-haul airplane 767-224ER (30436, N234AX), on wet-lease from Omni Air International ((IATA) Code: OY, based at Tulsa International) for use on international flights to Madrid Barajas.
June 2014: 767-33AER (27908, N351AX), ex-(I-DEIF), leased to Condor (CDF).
June 2015: 767-324ER (27569, N423AX), Omni Aviation Leasing leased.
January 2016: "Kenya Airways (KEN) Reduces its 777 Fleet" by (ATW) Alan Dron, January 14, 2016.
Kenya Airways (KEN) plans to sell 2 of its Boeing 777-200ERs to USA charter operator, Omni Air International (OAE) and has warned of further imminent cuts to its airplane inventory.
The loss-making African carrier announced in November 2014 it would be selling its 4 777-200ERs in a fleet rationalization as part of its turnaround strategy. In August 2015, (KEN) unveiled heavy losses and required a major loan to stave off bankruptcy.
The 2 777s going to Oklahoma-based (OAE) were delivered new to Kenya Airways (KEN) between 2004 - 2007 and were used primarily on its long-haul routes to Europe and Asia. The 777s are powered by Rolls-Royce (RRC) (Trent 892)s and have a 2-class configuration of 28 business (C)-class and 294 economy (Y)-class seats.
Kenya Airways (KEN) Group Managing Director & (CEO) Mbuvi Ngunze said, It has taken a while to find a good home for our 777-200ERs. We are now satisfied with this sale and will make other important announcements on fleet rationalization later this month.
The 2 airplanes will depart for the USA within 2 months, with the 1st leaving by the end of January.
February 2016: Kenya Airways (KEN), a SkyTeam (STM) Alliance member, plans to sell 2 of its Boeing 777-200ERs to USA charter operator Omni Air International (OAE) and has warned of further imminent cuts to its airplane inventory. The loss-making African carrier announced in November 2014 it would be selling its 4 777-200ERs in a fleet rationalization as part of its turnaround strategy.
Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner plc and a leading aircraft remarketing agent, has delivered the first former Kenya Airways (KEN) Boeing 777-200ER to Omni Air International (OAE), a USA based airline providing global passenger (ACMI), wet lease and charter programs. The aircraft was originally delivered to (KEN) in 2007 and was operated by the airline on its scheduled routes, especially long-haul routes to Asia and Europe. The aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce (RRC) (Trent 892B) engines.
September 2016: 767-224ER (30436, N234AX) returned after lease to Aer Lingus (ARL).
October 2018: "Omni Deal Adds Defense Work, Cargo Candidates, said (ATSG) by Sean Broderick October 04, 2018.
Air Transport Services Group's (ATSG) purchase of Omni Air International (OAE) is intended to diversify the growing cargo airplane-leasing specialist's revenue stream, while adding passenger airplanes that could help satisfy future freighter-conversion needs.
Under the $845 million deal announced October 2, (OAE) will become an (ATSG) (TIN) subsidiary and continue to operate its 13-passenger airplanes (10 owned and 3 leased Boeing 767s plus 3 Boeing 777-200ERs) from its Tulsa, Oklahoma, headquarters.
(OAE) specializes in passenger charters and generates about 70% of its annual revenues from flights for the US Defense Department (DOD). The company is a long-time Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) contract holder, and provides about 50% of (CRAF)'s troop-transport flights each year. (ATSG) (TIN) also performs some (CRAF) flying and with the (OAE) purchase, the (DOD) would become (ATSG)'s largest customer, jumping to providing 33% from 11% of its revenue based on 1st-half 2018 results. (ATSG) projects annual consolidated revenues of $1.4 billion for the 2 companies.
While (ATSG) executives welcomed the diversity that (OAE)'s passenger-focused operations bring, (ATSG) plans to use some of (OAE)'s cash-generating ability to help feed its growing air express and e-commerce leasing businesses, which include large contracts providing lift to Amazon Air (AZO) and (DHL). (ATSG), which generated $1.1 billion in revenue last year, has 75 airplanes in service, including 65 Boeing 767F freighters: 36 767-200s and 29 767-300s. (ATSG)'s current operating fleet comprises 8 Boeing 757s (4 combis that serve the (DOD) and 4 freighters at (DHL) 2 Boeing 737-400Fs dry-leased to West Atlantic. Additionally, 5 767-300s are being converted to 767-300F freighters and expected to enter service this year.
Omni (OAE)'s owned fleet could become future conversion candidates, (ATSG) President & (CEO) Joe Hete said. "It allows us to buy future potential feedstock, younger airplanes at higher prices, run them for a number of years in the passenger mode and then roll them out into the cargo conversion side when they hit that sweet spot that we always strive for in terms of our 767 acquisitions," he explained.
Besides adding to (ATSG)'s sizable 767 fleet, the (OAE) deal adds a new airplane type (the 777-200ER) to (ATSG)'s portfolio and 1 that is popular among freight carriers, including (DHL). Hete suggested they could become conversion feedstock as well. "The 777 platform provides another option that we don't have today [and] actually enhances our ability to serve the growing e-commerce segment," he said.
(ATSG)'s subsidiary Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services purchased Pemco in early January 2017.
November 2018: The Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) completed the acquisition of Omni Air International (OAE) for $845 million.
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OAE-777-222ER - 2011-07
1 757-2Q8 (RB211-535E4) (457-25621, /92 N459AX), EX-(NAB), (ILF) 3 YEAR LEASED 2003-06. 220Y.
0 757-23A (RB211-535E4) (250-24528, N549AX), (TOM) LEASED 2004-08. RETURNED. 220Y.
1 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (441-25597, N639AX - - SEE PHOTO IN LATEST LIVERY - "OAE-757-28A-2011-01"), EX-CEB)/(BAB), (GAX) LEASED 2006-01. 220Y.
1 757-28A (RB211-535E4) (213-24368, N368CG), (ACG) ACQUISITIONS LEASED 2006-06.
0 757-28A (RB211-535E4) (723-28161, /96 N543NA), EX-(NAB), (ILF) 3 YEAR LEASED 2003-06. RETURNED. 220Y.
2 767-224ER (30434, N225AX; 30436, N234AX SEE PHOTO), EX-(N68155 & N67157), 30436 LEASED TO (LAB) 2014-05. 30436; RETURNED FROM AER LINGUS (ARL) AFTER LEASE 2016-09.
1 767-319ER (26264, N411LF), EX-(G-CEFG).
1 767-324ER (27569, N423AX), OMNI AVIATION LEASING LEASED 2015-06.
1 767-328ER (CF6-80C2B6F) (497-27136, /93 N342AX - - SEE PHOTO - - "OAE-767-2009-07"), EX-(ZOM)/(AFA). 25C, 243Y.
2 767-33AER (CF6-80C2B6F) (578-27908, /96 N351AX; 611-28147, /96 N378AX), BOUGHT FROM (ALI) 2009-08. 28147; WET-LEASED TO (TTA) 2012-06. 27908; LEASED TO (CDF) 2014-06. BOTH HAVE (ETOPS). 25C, 198Y.
2 777-2U8ER (TRENT 892) (479-33681, /04 5Y-KQU; 514-33682, /05 5Y-KQT, 2005-04; 522-33683, /05 5Y-KQS; 614-36124, 5Y-KYZ; 2007-02). 1 OPTION. 2 (WHICH?) SOLD BY KENYA AIRWAYS (KEN) TO OMNI AIR INTERNATIONAL (OAE) 2016-01. 28C, 294Y.
2 777-222ER (26935, N918AX; 26943, N927AX), EX-(UAL)/(AIN), EX-(N790UA) WITH (ETOPS). BOTH WET-LEASED TO TO XL AIRWAYS FRANCE (STU) UNTIL 2014-09.
0 DC-10-10 (CF6-6K) (38-46706, /72 N360AX; 162-46942, /75 N450AX), EX-(XNA) & (AAL), 1 OPERATED FOR (RYN), MAINTAINED BY (IAI) BEDEK. 46706 PARTED OUT AT TULSA 2003-07. 380Y.
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (91-46555, N143AA), EX-(AAL) 2001-09. PARTED OUT.
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (160-46934, N236NW), BOUGHT FROM (NWA) 2006-07. PARTED OUT 2007-12.
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (170-47926, /75 N59083; 190-47927, /75 N49082), 47926; WFU AT VICTORVILLE 2007-04. 380Y.
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (186-47981, N12080), BF-(CAL) 2004-03 FOR PARTS ONLY. 38C, 204Y.
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (201-47957, /75 N17085), SOLD TO TANKER AIR CARRIER LLC 2007-11. 380Y.
1 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (299-46595, /79 N540AX; 301-46596, /79 N630AX), EX-(CDF), (SWS) "C" CHECK. 46495; WFU AT VICTORVILLE 2006-10. 380Y.
1 DC-10-30F (CF6-50C2) (316-47816, /80 N279AX), EX-(EAF), XS AVIATION LEASED 2002-07. FREIGHTER.
1 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (342-48252, /81 N720AX), EX-(CDF) 2000-09. 380Y.
1 DC-10-30ER (CF6-50C2B) (345-48265, /80 N810AX), EX-WELLS FARGO 2003-12. 380Y.
4 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2B) (434-48267, /87 N603AX 2006-09; 435-48290, /87 N612AX, 2007-04; 437-48316, /88 N244NW 2006-09; 438-48319 N240NW, 2006-12), BOUGHT FROM (NWA). 26C, 247Y.
1 DC-10-30F (CF6-50C2) (316-47816, /80 N279AX; 354-48277 /81 N189AX), EX-(BAB), XS AVIATION LEASED 2002-08, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY (ARP) 2002-05. 48277 RETURNED, LEASED TO (CHA) 2004-01.
1 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2) (436-48315, N522AX).
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