Quick-change operator seeks cargo business

Malta-based operator Maleth Aero is making its Boeing 737-300QC quick change aircraft available to the cargo market.
The aircraft has until now been flying ad hoc summer passenger charters around Europe.
Chief executive Michael O’Brien, said: "While we have initially operated the QC in a passenger configuration, we are actively seeking work for her in the express cargo market.
"In addition to this unique asset, we are looking at bringing into play a dedicated -400F unit later in the year. With our growing Boeing fleet, cargo is expected to play a very important part of our future business plans.”

Maleth-Aero was incorporated in 2011 and provides aircraft management for private and commercial category aircraft.

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