All Titan Airways articles

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    Inspection finds windows missing after Titan A321LR aborts climb out of London Stansted

    2023-10-13T16:37:00Z

    Investigators are probing an incident in which a Titan Airways Airbus A321LR was found to have missing windows after departing London Stansted. The twinjet had taken off on a transatlantic service to Orlando, Florida, on 4 October. But during the climb, at around 10,000ft, the crew noticed “excessive cabin noise” ...

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    Strong market recovery helps Titan Airways to post record year

    2023-08-04T09:02:00Z

    UK charter carrier Titan Airways returned to profit for the 12 months ending March 2023, a year in which it posted record revenues of £187 million ($237 million).

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    Titan cuts losses and sees profits ahead after freight expansion

    2022-08-08T10:55:00Z

    UK carrier Titan Airways highlights the diversification of its activities, including the introduction of Airbus A321 converted freighter operations, as driving a sharp cut in losses for the year ending March 2022 and bright prognosis for the coming year.

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    Which airlines welcomed new aircraft types into their fleets during 2021?

    2021-12-30T09:30:00Z

    Established airlines around the world debuted aircraft types and variants in their fleets during 2021, despite the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. We look back at some of the highlights, from nimble narrowbodies through to heavyweight widebodies. 

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    UK’s Titan Airways building A321 fleet for new EU arm in Malta

    2021-08-06T10:20:00Z

    Titan Airways has become the latest UK operator to establish a European Union arm, intending to build an Airbus A321 fleet in Malta. The carrier has secured an air operator’s certificate from the Maltese civil aviation regulator for a division branded Titan Airways Malta. It has already placed ...

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    UK’s Titan receives first of three converted A321 freighters

    2021-01-07T08:40:00Z

    UK operator Titan Airways’ is to introduce three Airbus A321 converted freighters to its fleet, with the first one newly redelivered from modification specialists ST Engineering and EFW. Powered by CFM International CFM56 engines, the aircraft, MSN1238, was originally delivered to MyTravel Airways in 2000, and subsequently operated by ...

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    Biocide overdose blunder suspected in A321 dual-engine incident

    2020-04-22T08:20:00Z

    UK investigators probing a serious dual engine problem on a departing Airbus A321 have discovered its fuel system had previously been overdosed with biocide, after a maintenance engineer misunderstood a measurement term. The engineer was confused by the term ‘ppm’ – meaning ‘parts per million’ – while conducting a ...

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    Titan to replace 757-200s with A321LRs

    2020-01-17T11:45:00Z

    UK-based charter operator Titan Airways is to introduce a pair of long-range Airbus A321LRs later this year. The aircraft, fitted with CFM International Leap-1A engines, will be delivered to the carrier, which is stationed at London Stansted, in late summer 2020 and start operations in the autumn. They ...

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    Titan picks A330-200 to replace ageing 767

    2019-10-16T17:37:59Z

    UK charter and wet-lease specialist Titan Airways is bringing in its first Airbus A330, a -200 variant, to replace a Boeing 767-300ER.

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    Titan to acquire all-premium A318 from BA

    2017-05-03T10:08:48Z

    UK charter specialist Titan Airways is to acquire one of British Airways' two Airbus A318s.

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    ANALYSIS: Times toughen for ACMI operators

    2015-07-30T15:25:45Z

    When it was acquired along with parent CityJet by turnaround specialist Intro Aviation in April 2014, VLM's plan was to double its business by concentrating on wet-lease and charter operations.