Malta’s Maleth-Aero to add two more B737Fs

Malta-based operator Maleth-Aero will take delivery of two Boeing 737-300 freighters in March and April this year for deployment in regular contract work within Europe.
The latest additions will follow the introduction of a B737-300QC in June 2016 and the planned arrival of two more freighters later this year.
Maleth-Aero chief executive Michael O’Brien said: “We are very pleased to be able to offer to the market these Boeing 737-300F aircraft which build nicely on the foundation of our existing cargo capabilities using both our managed Boeing 737-300QC and Antonov 26 aircraft.
“With our experienced cargo management team and excellent knowledge of the Boeing 737 Classic/NG product we feel this is the natural development for this particular part of our business. Our strategic business plan provides for the introduction of a further two units early in Q3/4 2017.” 

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