Amerijet leases five 767-200s

AMERIJET International has signed a seven-year agreement with Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), a subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group (ATSG), to lease five Boeing 767-200 freighter aircraft. The 767s will allow the airline to increase capacity on its scheduled service routes and expand its charter availability.

“Amerijet had identified this aircraft as key to our long-term leadership in the markets we serve and crucial in enabling us to expand our service throughout the Americas,” said Pam Rollins, senior vice-president of business development. “[We are] planning to increase frequency to several favourable markets and potentially add new long-haul routes,” she added,

The carrier’s current fleet of eight Boeing 727-200s are deployed on scheduled and charter flights, to points in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America.

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