10 Facts About Titan Airways


Titan Airways is a British charter airline founded in 1988 and based at London Stansted Airport.

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Titan Airways holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence, permitting it to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats and currently operates a fleet of 14 aircraft.

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In 2006 Titan achieved ETOPS rating for the aircraft, enabling long haul charters to the US and Middle East.

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In 2012 Titan Airways became an independent company, following a management buyout that left Gene Willson, Managing Director and one of the original founders, as the sole share holder.

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Titan Airways added its first Airbus aircraft, an Airbus A320, to its fleet in early Spring 2013.

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September 2015 saw Titan Airways announce plans to add an Airbus A319 and Airbus A321 to the fleet before the start of summer 2016 and that they were considering adding the smallest member of the Airbus A320 family, an Airbus A318, to their fleet.

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Titan Airways provides short, medium or long term wet and damp lease operations worldwide to third party carriers.

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Titan Airways operates charter flights on a seasonal basis to a number of destinations on behalf of UK-based tour operators and cruise companies.

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Titan Airways sometimes uses their aircraft in product launches, trade shows, promotional events and hospitality trips for other companies.

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Titan Airways carries out flights for Home Office and the Foreign Office of the Government of the United Kingdom.

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