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STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1986. SCHEDULED, DOMESTIC, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
INGENIERO TORRES QUEVEDO 14
POLIGONO FIN DE SEMANA, CTRA
E-28022 MADRID, SPAIN
SPAIN (KINGDOM OF SPAIN) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1479, IT COVERS AR AREA OF 504,750 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 41 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS MADRID, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SPANISH.
FEBRUARY 1999: SWIFTAIR (SWF) IS OWNED BY SEUR SERVICIO URGENT.
1 EMB-120F (008), EX-ATLANTIC SOUTHEAST. 727-223F (21084, EC-HAH), EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT (EPT) LEASED.
APRIL 1999: 2 727-200F'S, EX-CHAMPION AIR (GRD), FINOVA (GRB) LEASED, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY STAMBAUGH AVIATION, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, & DATUM, SOUTH AFRICA.
MAY 1999: 2ND EMB-120F (007), EX-ATLANTIC SOUTHEAST.
OCTOBER 1999: 1 EMB-120F (063) DELIVERY. 1 727-277F (22644, N626DH), OPERATES FOR (DHL).
MARCH 2000: 2 CONVAIR 580'S (52; 147, EC-HJU), EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT (EPT) LEASED.
MAY 2000: (http://www.swiftair.com).
1 727-264F (20895, EC-HJV), OPERATES FOR (DHL).
JUNE 2000: 1 EMB-120 (009), BANCO ESPRIT LEASED, CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER. 1 CONVAIR 580 (459, EC-HMS), EUROPEAN AIR TRANSPORT (EPT) LEASED. SA226-TC METRO II, (TC-408, EC-HPC), SOLD TO TADAIR.
JANUARY 2001: 1 EMB-120RT (214, EC-HSO) DELIVERY.
FEBRUARY 2001: 1 EMB-120 (PW118) (168), EX-COMAIR (COI), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY WORLDWIDE AIRCRAFT SERVICES.
July 2002: 300 employees.
1 727-224F (20662, EC-HBR), returned to Finova (GRB).
October 2002: 727-277F (22641) returned to European Air Transport (EPT), leased to Trans Australian Express (ACS).
December 2002: 1 Cessna 208B (0769), ex-Viking Express, ASA Holdings leased delivery.
April 2003: 1 727-225A (21293), ex-Delta Airlines (DAL), Finova (GRB) leased with option to purchase. 1 EMB-120 (158), ex-Royal Aruban, Finova (GRB) leased.
May 2003: ATR 72-212 (274), ex-American Eagle, debis AirFinance (DEA) leased, to be converted to freighter.
June 2003: 300 employees.
December 2003: ATR 42-300 (242, EC-ISX), ATR leased.
April 2004: 727-223F (20994) & 727-230F (20905) bought from European Air Transport (EPT). ATR 42-300 (231, EC-IVP) delivery.
May 2004: ATR 72-202 (330, EC-IYH), ATR leased.
June 2004: ATR 42-300 (321, EC-JAD), leased. 727-225 (21293) wet-leased to Jet Club.
August 2004: ATR 42-300 (208, EC-JBN) & 2 EMB-120ER's (012, EC-JBO; 013, EC-JBE) deliveries.
September 2004: ATR 42-300 (254, EC-JBX) bought from (GPA).
October 2004: ATR 42-300 (218, EC-JBN), bought from Abbey National Services.
December 2004: ATR 72-201 (234, EC-), Air Atlantique leased.
January 2005: 727-264F (20896) & 727-223F (21084) sold to SNAS Worldwide.
March 2005: 727-277F (22643) to (DHL) Aviation Africa.
April 2005: 727-230F (21619, EC-), Finova Capital (GRB) leased.
May 2005: 727-230F (21226, N302FV), ex-Ryan International (RYN), Finova (GRB) leased. A300B4-203F (095, EC-JOH), transferred from European Air Transport (EPT) to Swiftair (SWF) for (DHL) Spain operations.
June 2005: MD-83 (49793, EC-JJS), bought from Spirit Airlines (SPR).
August 2005: Embraer EMB-120ER (092, EC-JKH), delivery.
March 2006: MD-83 (49526, EC-JQV), delivery & ATR 72-212 (446, EC-), from Eurowings (EWG).
June 2006: Iberia (IBE) Maintenance signed a contract with Swiftair (SWF) under which it will act as sole provider of maintenance services for components on the carrier's fleet of MD-80s/-83s. The contract remains in force until the end of 2009.
September 2006: ATR 72F-211 (150, EC-JXF), delivery.
October 2006: 737-4B7 (24892, N801TJ), transferred from (PACE) (PIE) operated for TeamJet.
December 2006: SwiftAir (SWF) operates scheduled and charter, cargo and passenger flights from Spain to Europe, N Africa, and the Middle East.
Owns: Mediterranean Air Freight (100%).
(ICAO) Code: SWT - SWIFT.
Main Base: Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD).
737-4Q8 (24804, N540AX), transferred from (PACE) (PIE).
January 2007: 1 ATR 42-310F (141, EC-KAI) and 2 ATR 72-202s (171, EC-KAD; 192, EC-KAE), deliveries.
April 2007: ATR said Swiftair (SWF) of Spain ordered three 68-seat ATR 72-500s worth a combined $55 million for delivery between December and mid-2008. Swiftair (SWF) currently operates 16 ATR airplanes and expects to increase that number to 30 by 2010.
July 2007: 2 ATR 72-202s (204, F-GPOA; 207, F-GPOB), Europe AirPost (EUE) leased.
October 2007: ATR 72-212A (763, EC-KKQ), wet-leased to Binter Canarias (BIC).
September 2008: Sabena Technics (SAB) signed a 3-year contract with Swiftair (SWF) to perform component support and overhaul services on its five 737-300F freighters.
April 2009: 737-3M8F (24022, EC-LAC), (GEF) leased, ex-Kitty Hawk Air Cargo (KHC), ex-(N107KH).
July 2009: Swift Air (SWF) and Globe Air Cargo were selected by US Airways (AMW)/(USA) to serve as General Service Agents (GSA)s in Belgium and the Netherlands, respectively.
September 2010: Swiftair (SWF) has wet-leased one MD-83 each to Tunisair (TUN) and Wimbi Dira Airways (WDA). One of the two is a recently added ex-Meridiana (ALS) airplane. It now also operates three ATR 72-200(F) freighters on behalf of Deccan Air Cargo (DCC). In addition, Swiftair (SWF) has wet-leased 1 of its ATR 72-500s to Venezuelan start-up LAMIA.
October 2010: 737-301F (23512, EC-LJL), TNT (TNB) leased, ex-(OO-TNI).
January 2012: 737-3Q8F (23766, EC-KLR), purchased off lease from Jetscape (JTS), 737-3Y0F (24679, EC-KRA), now leased from Kahala Aviation, and MD-83 (49847, EC-JUG), returned from Gryphon Air (GRY).
August 2012: ATR72-212 (824), wet-leased to Antrak Air (ABV).
September 2012: Egyptair (EGP) Maintenance & Engineering completed a 1C-check and 2C-check on a Swiftair (SWF) 737-500.
October 2012: (GECAS) (GEF) announced delivery of a leased 737-300F to Swiftair (SWF) to expand (SWF)’s fleet.
(SWF) operates cargo flights in Europe, N Africa and the Middle East with a fleet of >30 airplanes.
November 2012: Guyana, South America-based, EZjet has suspended operations in the face of financial hardship it attributes to its vendors, agents and mismanagement. In a press release posted on its now-defunct website, EZjet claims it is owed >$800,000 from charter company SwiftAir (SWF) and $1.5 million from suspended airline, Dynamic Airways. “While SwiftAir (SWF) claims it has not been paid, EZjet believes (SWF) owes EZjet >$800,000+ relating to various charges,” it said.
It is in the process of seeking legal action against Dynamic. “These outstanding balances, coupled with the poor collection of tickets sales from the travel agencies, have left EZjet in a financial strain,” the airline said. “EZjet is in the process of seeking new investors with the hopes of restarting its Guyana services.”
EZjet Founder & (CEO), Sonny Ramdeo resigned in October amidst a suit alleging the embezzlement of funds from his former employer. (EZjet operated a 767 on Georgetown service to New York (JFK), Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Toronto.
January 2013: Aerostar was selected by Swiftair (SWF) to inspect one 737-300Fs at Bacau.
March 2013: Spanish charter carrier Swiftair (SWF) is extending its maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services contract with Sabena Technics (SAB) through 2016. Under the contract, (SAB) will provide Swiftair (SWF) unlimited pool access to components, repair and overhaul services for its fleet of ATR airplanes.
November 2013: Pilots (FC) of a MD-83 conducted an un-authorised approach to Kandahar, and failed to stabilize the airplane, before it sustained serious damage in a runway wing-strike. Spanish investigators have determined that the MD-83, operated by Swiftair (SWF), did not have operational approval for the (GPS) approach it performed to Kandahar’s runway 05.
The MD-83 should have been in a stable approach configuration as it descended through 1,000ft, with an airspeed of 135 - 155 kt. But the MD-83 (EC-JJS) was still travelling at 192 kt, says Spanish investigation authority (CIAIAC), adding that it was above the glideslope and descending “well in excess” of the maximum rate of 1,000ft/min. “The approach should have been discontinued and a missed approach executed,” it stated in its findings into the January 24th 2012 accident.
The (CIAIAC) says the pilots (FC) established visual contact with the runway 500ft above minimum and saw they were slightly to the right of the centre line. Between them, the pilots (FC) had logged nearly 5,500h on type but the captain (FC), having more experience operating to Kandahar, took over the controls to fly the last part of the approach.
Precision-approach path indicator lamps were not functioning at the time, and the crew (FC) had to rely on visual references. Analysis showed the airplane flew below the glideslope during the final 1 nm before touchdown.
Although the pilots (FC) corrected the airplane’s course to the left, says (CIAIAC), the MD-83 drifted left during the flare, “threatening to take them off the runway”.
The captain (FC) applied right roll and the outboard right wing struck the runway about 20 m before the threshold, destroying five lamps. Some 3.6 m of the outer wing structure was “significantly and permanently bent upward,” said the (CIAIAC), while the aileron and slats were badly damaged.
Investigators found that the cockpit-voice recorder (CVR) had been overwritten, and could not provide data on the accident.
Swiftair (SWF) was carrying out the flight from Dubai on behalf of Gryphon Airlines (GRY), which had a USA government contract to transport troops. None of the 91 occupants was injured, said the (CIAIAC), adding: “Passengers were not really aware of the incident and disembarked normally.”
April 2014: Swiftair ((IATA) Code: WT, based at Madrid Barajas) (SWF) has deployed its first 737-400F (25261, EC-MAD) to West Africa where it is under contract for (DHL) Express. Based out of Abidjan, it was recently spotted in service in Lagos replacing its predecessor, an Allied Air ((IATA) Code: 4W, based at Lagos) (AJK) 727-200F (21056, 5N-JNR).
(SWF) currently has two 737-400 passenger jets (26298, G-CIBE) and (25163, N350AT), undergoing conversion into freighters in Tampa International.
SwiftAir (SWF) currently operates 46 airplanes to 11 countries and serves 27 destinations, 33 routes and 33 daily flights.
July 2014: News Item A-1: ACCDT: Air Algerie (ALG) MD-83 (49847, EC-JUG), leased from SwiftAir (SWF), Flight AH5017 after leaving Ougadouggou, the capital of Burkina Faso on its way to Algiers, Algeria, carrying 116 (6 crew and 110 passengers), crashed in neighboring Mali on July 24th after adjusting its flight route due to a storm and heavy rains.
The flight was carrying passengers from the following nationalities: 51 French, 27 Burkino Faso, 8 Lebanese, 6 Algerians, 5 Canadians, 2 Luxembourg, 1 Swiss, 1 Belgian, 1 Egyptian, 1 Ukrainian, 1 Nigerian, 1 Cameroonian, and 1 Malian.
News Item A-2: (PEMCO) World Air Services (ASC) delivered a Boeing 737-400 passenger-to-freight conversion to SwiftAir (SWF) partner, Air Ghana in May. It is the first of several converted freighters planned for delivery over the next three years. The 11-pallet freighter was converted at (PEMCO) (ASC)’s headquarters in Tampa, Florida.
News Item A-3: StandardAero has re-delivered its 100th Pratt & Whitney (PRW) (PW100) engine serviced to Swiftair (SWF).
August 2014: ATR72-212 (446, EC-JRP), returned from lease to Air Europa (ARE).
February 2015: 737-476F (24438, EC-MEY), ex-(N248SY) delivery.
April 2015: Aviation regulators are expected to issue new advice to pilots (FC) after investigations into the crash of an Air Algerie (ALG) jet in Mali last July found it went out of control after being hit by ice, as an anti-icing system remained switched off.
France's (BEA) crash investigation agency, which is helping Mali to investigate the crash that killed 116 people, said the MD-83 jet appeared to have run into trouble after vital probes that measure pressure on the engine inlets, blocked up with ice.
Properly working probes are needed to help the McDonnell-Douglas airplane measure the thrust of its engines.
With the probes iced up as the Algiers-bound jet skirted a storm, the plane's autopilot thought the power was too high and slowed the engines below the level needed to maintain cruise height, starting a chain of events that sent it out of control, the (BEA) said on its website.
The statement explained some of the causes of the crash and said it had notified USA and European regulators, who would issue the new guidance.
Investigators have been hindered by damage to "black box" cockpit audio recordings, which were unusable, but have spent months reconstructing engine settings from the data recorder of the MD-83 jet which was operated by Spain's Swiftair (SWF).
Data analyzed suggested the flight crew (FC) had not activated a de-icing system designed to protect the engine inlet probes.
The icing over of the pressure sensors is the first possible cause of the crash to be put forward by the investigators.
As it fell towards the ground, the jet rolled suddenly to the left and pointed almost straight down, the (BEA) said.
The crash is one of several accidents in which an airplane is thought to have lost control at high altitude, putting the spotlight partly on training to help pilots (FC) identify, and then deal with an aerodynamic stall, or loss of lift.
The (BEA) said black box data did not provide any indication the flight crew (FC) had used stall recovery manoeuvers, but said the investigation was continuing, with a final report expected in December.
It said a similar situation had started to unfold on a similar plane operated by Swiftair (SWF) less than two months before the Mali crash, but without serious consequences.
In June 2002, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 jet operated by USA carrier Spirit Airlines (SPR) suffered a loss of thrust on both engines.
The (BEA) said it had shared information on all these incidents with the regulators, who would soon issue the guidance to help pilots (FC) identify similar problems.
McDonnell-Douglas was bought by Boeing (TBC) in 1997.
November 2015: 737-375F (23708, N812TJ), ex-(EC-KTZ) and ATR72-212A (498, EC-MIY) ferried to Madrid, ex-(F-GVZR), all white.
March 2016: SwiftAir (SWF) has extended its cooperation with Sabena Technics (SAB) for support of 27 ATRs. Support includes access to rotable components, test, repair, overhaul and modification of rotables and lease of worldwide line stations kits of rotables.
September 2016: 737-3M8F (24022, EC-LAC), assigned (N497CS) and 737-4YOF (26071, N6360W) ferried from Tucson.
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0 727-223F (JT8D-9A HK) (593-19489, /68 EC-IDQ; 1199-21084, /76 EC-HAH "VIRGEN DEL CARMEN"), EX-(AAL), (EPT) LEASED 1999-02. 19489 RETURNED 2004-01, DONATED TO OSTEND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. 21083 SOLD TO (DHX) 2005-01. (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
0 727-223F (JT8D-9A HK) (1190-20994, OO-DHX), EX-(AAL), BOUGHT FROM (EPT) 2004-04. (DHL) COLORS. SOLD TO (DHX) 2005-03. FREIGHTER.
0 727-224F (JT8D-15 HK) (1064-20661, /74 EC-HBH; 1072-20662, /74 EC-HBR), EX-(CAL), (GRB) LEASED. 20662 RETURNED TO (GRB) 2002-07. (DHL) COLORS. 20661 RETURNED, LEASED TO (PVI) 2005-01. FREIGHTER.
0 727-225F (JT8D) (899-20616, /72), TO (EOI). FREIGHTER.
0 727-225 (JT8D-15 HK) (1241-21293, /76 EC-IMY), EX-(DAL) (GRB) LEASED 2003-04. WET-LEASED TO (JCS) 2004-06. 12F, 137Y.
0 727-230F (JT8D HK) (1091-20905, /75 EC-IVF), EX-(DLH), BOUGHT FROM (EPT) 2004-04. (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
0 727-230F (JT8D-15 HK) (1326-21442, /78 EC-JHU ), EX-(RYN), (GRB) LEASED 2005-05. IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITHOUT TITLES. FREIGHTER.
0 727-230F (JT8D-15 HK) (1407-21619, /78 EC-JHC), (GRB) LEASED 2005-04. IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITHOUT TITLES. FREIGHTER.
1 727-232 (JT8D-15 HK) (967-20646, /73 N727NY), 727 EXECUTIVE JET LEASED 2011-02. WITH WINGLETS. 62C. (VIP).
0 727-264F (JT8D-17R HK) (1049-20895, /74 EC-HJV; 1051-20896, /74 EC-HLP), EX-(CMA), (DHL) LEASED 2000-05. 20895 RETURNED (EPT). 20896 SOLD TO (DHX) 2005-01. (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
0 727-277F (JT8D-15 HK) (1753-22641; 1762-22643, /81 EC-IFC; 1768-22644, /81 EC-HHU), (MCR) WET-LEASED, (DHL) OPERATIONS. 22641 RETURNED TO (EPT) 2002-10, LEASED TO (ACS). 22644; TO (SFA) 2005-02. 22643 TO (DHL) AVIATION AFRICA 2005-03. (DHL) COLORS. FREIGHTER.
1 737-3M8SF (CFM56-3B2) (1662-24022, /89 N497CS), (GEF) LEASED 2009-04, EX-(KHC), EX-(N107KH) & (EC-LAC). FREIGHTER
1 737-3Q8SF (CFM56-3B2) (1375-23766, /87 EC-KLR), JETSCAPE (JTS) LEASED 2007-12. PURCHASED OFF LEASE FROM (JTS) 2012-01. FREIGHTER.
1 737-3S3SF (CFM56-3B2) (1445-23811, /87 EC-KDY), (AWW) LEASED 2007-03. IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITHOUT TITLES. FREIGHTER.
1 737-3YOSF (CFM56-3B2) (1897-24679, /90 EC-KRA), KAHALA AVIATION LEASED 2008-05. FREIGHTER.
2 737-301SF (CFM56-3B2) (1291-23512, /86 EC-LJI; 1539-23930, /88 EC-LTJ), (TNB) LEASED, EX-(OO-TNI & OO-TNH). FREIGHTER.
1 737-306SF (CFM56-3B1) (1288-23538, /86 EC-KVD), EX-(N102KH), (GEF) LEASED 2012-10. FREIGHTER.
1 737-375SF (CFM56-3B2) (1395-23708, /87 N812TJ), EX-(EC-KTZ) 2015-11 & EX-(N111KH) 2008-07. FREIGHTER.
2 737-4B7 (CFM56-7B) (1936-24874, /90 N802TJ; 1944-24892, N448US), EX-(PIE) 2006-10. OPERATIONS FOR TEAMJET. 12F, 132Y.
1 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (1851-24804, /90 N737DX), EX-(PIE) 2006-12. 70F.
1 737-4YOF (CFM56-3C1) (26071, N6360W), FERRIED FROM TUCSON 2016-09. FREIGHTER.
1 +2 ORDERS 737-400F (CFM56-3C1) (25163, N350AT;* 25261, EC-MAD, CONVERTED TO F 2014-03; 26298, G-CIBE*), *TO BE CONVERTED TO F. FREIGHTER.
1 737-476F (24438, EC-MEY), EX-(N248SY) 2015-02. FREIGHTER.
0 737-500 (CFM56-3C1).
1 767-238ER (JT9D-7R4E) (125-23306, /85 N250MY), (KMW) LEASING LEASED 2010-10. 207C, 18Y.
0 767-277 (CF6-80A) (32-22694, /82 N767MW), (MLW) AVIATION LEASED 2011-03. 102F.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1342-49526, /87 EC-JQV), 2006-03. RETURNED. 165Y.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1483-49619, /88 EC-KCX), RETURNED FROM (SUD) 2009-01. 167Y.
1 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1656-49793, /90 EC-JJS), EX-(AAL)/(RNO)/(SPR), (GRB) LEASED 2005-06. IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITH "UN UNITED NATIONS" TITLES. 167Y.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1585-49847, /89 EC-JUG), IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITH "UN UNITED NATIONS" BASED IN KHARTOUM. RETURNED FROM (WDA) 2010-09. RETURNED FROM (GRY) 2012-01. LEASED TO (ALG) 2014-2 - - DESTROYED IN ACCDT - - SEE "SWF-2014-07-MD-83." 167Y.
1 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2061-53168, /93 EC-JUF - - SEE PHOTO - - "SWF-MD-83-SEP08"), EX-(N802NK) 2006-06. IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITH "UN UNITED NATIONS" TITLES. 167Y.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (53182, EC-LYE), RETURNED FROM AFRIQIYAH (AQY) 2013-09. 167Y.
0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2148-53190, /96 EC-LTV), EX-(N190AN) 2012-12. 167Y.
1 A300B4-203F (CF6-50C2) (095, /79 EC-JOH), EX-(EPT) 2005-05, FOR (DHL) SPAIN OPERATIONS. FREIGHTER.
0 CONVAIR 580F (SCD) (AN 501-D13) (52, /53 EC-HLD; 147, /54 EC-HJU), EPT LSD. 25; 147; 186; 458; TO SKYHAUL 2005-07. FREIGHTER.
0 FAIRCHILD DORNIER METRO II (TPE331-3UW-303G) (TC-221, /75 EX-FZB) (TC-408 SOLD TO TADAIR 2000-06). FREIGHTER.
0 FAIRCHILD DORNIER METRO III (TPE331-11U-612G) (AC-461B SOLD 2001-03) AC-699 TO MEDITERRANEAN AIR FREIGHT 2003-10. FREIGHTER.
0 CESSNA 208B (PT6A-114A) (0769, /99 EC-IKU), (ASA) HOLDINGS LEASED 2002-12. RETURNED. FREIGHTER.
3 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (007, /85 EC-HCF; 008, /85 EC-HAK; 009, /85 EC-HMY), (GRB) LEASED 2003-04. FREIGHTER.
2 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (012, /86 EC-JBD, 2004-09; 013, /86 EC-JBE), EX-AIR OMEGA 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
1 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (027, /86 EC-GQA), FREIGHTER.
1 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (061, /91 EC-HFZ), 30Y.
1 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (063, /87 EC-HFK), FREIGHTER.
1 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (092, /88 EC-JKH), 2005-08. FREIGHTER.
1 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (158, /89 EC-IMX), FREIGHTER.
2 EMB-120ER BRASILIA (PW118) (168, /89 EC-HTS; 214, EC-HSO), EX-(COI), CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER, AT WORLDWIDE AIRPLANE SERVICES. FREIGHTER.
6 ATR42-310F (PW120) (141, EC-KAI, 2007-01; 208, EC-JBN, 2004-08; 231, /91 EC-IVP, 2004-04; 242, /91 EC-ISX; 254, /91 EC-JBX, 2004-09; 321, /93 EC-JAD, 2004-06), ATR LEASED. FREIGHTER.
1 ATR42-310F (PW120) (218, /90 EC-JBN), BOUGHT FROM ABBEY NATIONAL SERVICES 2004-10. FREIGHTER.
1 ATR42-310F (321, /93 EC-JAD), 2004-06, IN ALL WHITE COLORS WITHOUT TITLES. 48Y.
1 ATR72-201 (PW124B) (234, /91 EC-JDX), AIR ATLANTIQUE LEASED 2004-12. 68Y.
3 ATR72-202F (PW124B) (171, EC-KAD, 2007-01; 192, EC-KAE, 2007-01; 330, /92 EC-IYH, 2004-05 - SEE PHOTO), ATR LEASED. FREIGHTER.
2 ATR72-202QC (PW127) (204, F-GPOA; 207, F-GPOB), (EUE) WET-LEASED 2007-07. FREIGHTER.
2 ATR72-211 (PW127) (147, /89 EC-JQF; 150, EC-JXF, 2006-09). FREIGHTER.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (274, /91 EC-INV), (DEA) LEASED 2003-05. FREIGHTER.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (446, /95 EC-JRP), EX-(EWG) 2006-03. RETURNED FROM LEASED TO (ARE) 2014-08. 68Y.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (498, EC-MIY), EX-(F-GVZR) 2015-11, ALL WHITE. 68Y.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (763, EC-KKQ), WET-LEASED TO (BIC) 2007-10. RETURNED TO MADRID AFTER UNITED NATIONS (UN) OPERATIONS 2017-05. 68Y.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (809, EC-KUL), WET-LEASED TO (BIC) 2007-10. FERRIED TO JUBBA FOR UNITED NATIONS (UN) OPERATIONS 2017-05. 68Y.
1 ATR72-212 (PW127) (824, EC-KVI) WET-LEASED TO (ABV) 2012-8. 68Y.
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