21 Air to welcome second Boeing 767 freighter

21 Air B767

21 Air is set to welcome a second Boeing 767-300 Extended Range freighter to its fleet.

It will operate the aircraft on a US–South America flight program for LATAM Cargo on an interchange basis.

It is the fourth B767F in the airline’s fleet.

The airline is in the process of adding other LATAM B767-300ERBCF aircraft under an interchange/sub-leasing basis.

21 Air is also upgrading its current type rating certifications to Category II and Category III operations, along with qualifications for extended-range twin-engine operational performance
standards (ETOPS) to enable it to begin a long haul flight program in the second semester of the coming year.

Founded in 2014 and based in North Carolina and Miami, 21 Air provides ACMI, CMI and international charter cargo services. 21 Air has DOT Economic Authority to conduct both interstate
and worldwide all cargo services on a ‘Scheduled’ and ‘Non-Scheduled’ basis.

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