Titan Airways’ new Malta business to add freighters

By Damian Brett

Titan Airways A321P2F Source - ST Engineering

Titan Airways has set up a new Maltese airline that will operate A321 freighters as it looks to establish a presence in the European Union.

The new Maltese AOC will begin operations utilising an A321-200 passenger aircraft but two A321P2Fs will join the fleet this the summer. 

Another two EFW A321 conversions will join in 2022.

The move comes after the UK completed its transition from the European Union at the start of the year, affecting UK airlines’ ability to fly within the bloc.

Titan Airways explained that Titan Airways Malta will allow it to establish its operational reach within Europe and further afield.

Alastair Willson has been appointed as managing director of Titan Airways Malta.

“The two companies will work closely together to maintain the high standards of safety, service and reliability for which we are known,” Titan said.

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest airlines news

UK health service trials time-saving drone flights

By Damian Brett

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is trialling the use of drones to transport chemotherapy drugs. The drones will make…

Read More

Share this story

Saudia Cargo improves financial planning

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Saudia Cargo has partnered with Revenue Technology Services (RTS) to improve its financial planning and efficiency. The partnership entails the…

Read More

Share this story

Emirates SkyCargo to expand freighter capacity and launch new China services

By Damian Brett

Emirates SkyCargo has taken delivery of its latest Boeing 777F, revealed plans to add new services to China and confirmed…

Read More

Share this story