Titan Airways Adds Fourth A321P2F

Titan Airways A321P2F
Photo Credit: Titan Airways

This week, British ACMI and charter operator, Titan Airways, has added its fourth Airbus A321 Passenger-2-Freighter (P2F) to its fleet.

This article will cover the details surrounding Titan Airways’ fourth Airbus A321P2F and its operations across Europe.

Titan Airways’ Fourth A321P2F

Titan Airways Adds Third Aircraft for Malta Subsidiary
Photo Credit: Giorgio Adamo via Titan Airways Website

Yet again growing its dedicated freighter fleet, Titan Airways has added a fourth Airbus A321 Passenger-2-Freighter (P2F) aircraft to its fleet.

The aircraft in question is registered as G-POWW which coincidentally is not a new frame for Titan. G-POWW has actually been with Titan since February 2020 and originally was operating as part of their passenger fleet operating charter services across Europe.

The aircraft was then positioned to Singapore Seletar (XSP) in January 2023 to undergo conversion to a freighter aircraft by EFW. After conversion, the aircraft was then ferried back to Titan’s home base at London Stansted (STN) on July 17, 2023.

G-POWW is expected to be transferred to Titan Airways’ Malta division to join their other three existing A32P2Fs, registered as 9H-ZTA, 9H-ZTB, and 9H-ZTC. All three of which operate cargo services across continental Europe, out of some of the main European cargo hubs, such as Cologne and Leipzig in Germany, and Milan in Italy.

Alongside their four A321P2Fs, the British carrier operates a total fleet of 12 aircraft, broken down as two Airbus A320s, two A321s, four A321P2Fs, three A321neos, and one Airbus A330-300P2F.

One of their Airbus A321neos operates services for the United Kingdom Government as well as the Royal Family, and their Airbus A330-300P2F operates for the French GEODIS Air Network.

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