The ex ASL Spain aircraft are set to take on the long-term ACMI and ad-hoc charter market with their fleet of four BAe 146-300 QT freighters which will enter into service this week.
Jota Aviation CEO, Andy Green said, “We look forward to entering this exciting new phase for Jota Aviation. We have spent the past few months ensuring that we have the experienced crew and infrastructure to support Jota Cargo and now look forward to putting these plans into action”.
The aircraft boast payload capacity of 12 tonnes loose, or 10.5 tonnes palletised and they can be containerised with up to 7.5 ULDs. These aircraft fit perfectly into the niche between the ATR72 and B737 making the fleet ideal for volume, weight, speed and efficiency. Ability to launch quickly without the lengthy delays in applying for permits in most cases.
Jota Cargo is available for ACMI wet-lease, ad-hoc charters and contract route charters. For more information on our loading specifications or for a quotation please contact +44 (0) 1702 538300.