Titan Airways is adding three P2F (passenger to freight) converted Airbus A321 freighters, with the first unit currently undergoing conversion at Singapore Seletar airport.
Titan Airways has been operating in the freight market since its foundation in 1988. It currently operates two B737-400(F)s. The first A321 freighter for Titan Airways was previously operated by Thomas Cook Airlines UK. It was ferried from Lasham via Heraklion, Sharjah and Chennai to Singapore Seletar during December 2019.
The second A321 will be converted at Singapore Seletar airport later in 2020, and the third during early 2021.
The cargo fleet will initially continue to include both A321P2Fs and B737-400(F)s. Eventually, Titan will transition to become an all Airbus fleet of freighters.
‘We’re delighted that these three Airbus aircraft are joining our cargo fleet. We’re seeing an increase in demand for our freighter services, so these aircraft will enable us to offer airfreight solutions to more clients and help us in our transition to an all-Airbus fleet.’Alastair Willson, Titan Airways managing director