Geo Sky expands freighter fleet

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Boeing B757-200F. Photo: Geo Sky

Georgia-based cargo airline Geo Sky is growing its freighter fleet with a Boeing B757-200F.

The B757-200F recently arrived at Tbilisi International Airport and has been added to the Civil Aircraft Register of the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency, said Geosky in a press release.

Aircraft Finance Germany said on LinkedIn: “On 28 September 2022 AFG Aviation Ireland Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aircraft Finance Germany GmbH (Germany), completed the acquisition of one (1) Boeing 757-200F aircraft bearing MSN 25622 as well as one (1) Rolls-Royce RB211 engine with ESN 30512 from a subsidiary of ASL Aviation Holdings DAC (Ireland) for its customer Airline Geo Sky LLC (Tbilisi, Georgia).”

The company said Geosky, founded in 2017, currently operates two B747-200F aircraft.

The airline added that it has started the paperwork to get an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) for the aircraft, with a payload of 29 tons, so it can begin operations.

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