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Magma Aviation expands its managed fleet to five Boeing 747-400Fs

Posted 7 May 2021 · Add Comment

With effect from May 2021, Gatwick headquartered Magma Aviation is expanding its fleet with the addition of one Boeing 747-400F through partnership with Plus Logistics Solutions Limited.

Image courtesy Chapman Freeborn / Magma Aviation

This brings Magma’s managed fleet to five aircraft, strengthening the Magma Aviation flight network and widebody freighter capacity across the Globe.

In response to the serious impact of the pandemic and grounding of passenger fleets this has created a significant lack of global capacity, with market conditions creating a demand on capacity this is the second increase to the Magma Aviation fleet within 12 months. Now operating to and from Asia-Europe, Europe to North America, Europe to Africa and Africa to Europe.

Magma Aviation’s reaction to the surge in the demand for freighter aircraft maintains the continued support and commitment to their clients, providing regular flying capacity to freight forwarders, logistics providers, and charter brokers. With this addition Magma Aviation will be able to support their clients and global commerce to ensure network stability and continuity.

Magma Aviation is a Chapman Freeborn company and a family member of Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace business group from Central & Eastern Europe.
 

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