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Titan Airways Launches Titan Airways Malta, a New European Subsidiary

Titan Airways has launched a new European subsidiary, Titan Airways Malta, after receiving an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Directorate at Transport Malta. An Airbus A321-200 will be the first aircraft added to the AOC.


Titan Airways Launches Titan Airways Malta - Courtesy Titan Airways

On Thursday (July 29, 2021), Titan Airways announced the launch of a new European subsidiary, Titan Airways Malta. The announcement followed the receipt of a new Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Directorate at Transport Malta. T he first aircraft to be added to the Maltese AOC is an Airbus A321-200, with two additional A321 P2F’s joining the 9H register this summer, and two more EFW freight conversions in 2022. Titan Airways Malta will help the company extend their operational reach within Europe and beyond. The two companies will work closely to ensure the high standards of safety, service and reliability that Titan is known for is maintained.


In Thursday’s announcement, Titan Airways Malta’s Managing Director, Alastair Willson, said,


“We are delighted to receive our Air Operator’s Certificate from the Civil Aviation Directorate at Transport Malta today for Titan Airways Malta Limited. Thank you to our European partners, Katrina Abela and team from GVZH Advocates, Transport Malta and all our team for their hard work in establishing this new airline. We look forward to commencing both passenger and all-cargo operations with our fleet of A321 and A321P2F‘s in the coming weeks.”


Also commenting on the launch of the new airline, the Director General of the Maltese Civil Aviation Directorate, Captain Charles Pace, added,


“Titan Malta has shown great ambition and eagerness to obtain the necessary certification from the Civil Aviation Directorate. Malta should be proud to add such a big company to our island. I would like to thank the company for having faith in us and investing in Malta and also thank all inspectors who worked diligently to meet the set targets within the timeframes.”


Titan Airways is a UK-based independent charter carrier led by a team of experts with a wealth of industry knowledge and experience. The airline has been flying passengers and cargo for over 30 years and is one of Europe’s leading ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance, insurance) lease and charter airlines.



Source: Titan Airways

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