On Thursday 4th May Titan Airways operated our last commercial Boeing 757 flight when G-ZAPX returned to our London Stansted base, following the successful completion of an exclusive jet expedition.
We first became an operator of the B757 in the early 2000’s, its arrival transforming Titan from a short haul European carrier to a worldwide operator. The versatile aircraft has played a key part in our success for the past 2 decades but it’s now time to make way for quieter more fuel-efficient aircraft types, like the state-of-the-art Airbus A321 neoLR.
To mark her last flight, G-ZAPX received a water canon salute and members of our team celebrated the end of the 757, and the Boeing era, at the Inflite Jet Centre.
Following the retirement of our final Boeing 737 Classic aircraft last month, we are now an all-Airbus operator with a fleet of modern passenger and freight aircraft which includes the Airbus A320, the Airbus A321, the Airbus A321 neoLR, the Airbus A321P2F and the Airbus A330P2F.