Titan Airways has taken delivery of its fourth Airbus A321 freight aircraft.
The A321P2F, registered G-POWW, arrived at the airline’s London Stansted base from Singapore on July 17, following conversion by EFW.
In 2020 Titan Airways became one of the first operators in the world of the latest technology Airbus A321P2F and now operates three of these freight aircraft on its Maltese register. The newest addition will join its UK fleet.
Titan Airways says the aircraft will go into the paint shop at the end of the month and is due to enter revenue service in early August.
The The A321P2F boasts the lowest fuel burn in its class and is the first freight aircraft in its segment to offer a fully containerised lower deck.
The Airbus A321P2F joins Titan Airways’ all-Airbus passenger and cargo fleet, which includes the A320-200, A321-200, A321neoLR and the A330P2F.