iAero Airways to operate flights for DHL Express

iAero Airways 737 Fleet

US aircraft charter airline iAero Airways, part of the iAero Group aviation investment platform, has expanded its service to operate six DHL freighters.

The latest aircraft to be added, a Boeing 737-800F, will operate on an ACMI basis by iAero Airways, while the other five existing aircraft are operated on a CM basis.

Robert Caputo, chief executive of iAero Group, commented: “We are honored to serve such an iconic global logistics brand with our safe and reliable cargo services.

“And we look forward to operating additional aircraft for DHL to help them expand their global services.”

Earlier this month, Tasman Cargo Airlines launched a new freighter service between Changi Airport and Australia, becoming the first freighter operator based in the country to offer services to the Singapore hub.

The five-times-per-week services utilises a B767-300 freighter and operates on a loop of Melbourne-Darwin-Singapore (bi-directional).

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