Heathrow-airport hubbed freighter operator One Air has acquired its second Boeing 747-400 freighter on a long-term lease, previously operated by Air Canada and later converted for Air China.
The carrier, which commenced operations in July, expresses confidence in the long-term potential for a British all-cargo airline and notes strong demand, aiming to introduce a third 747-400F in Q1 2024, pending regulatory approvals.
The additional aircraft enhances capabilities and supports global charter services. One Air, proud to operate the UK’s only Boeing 747 freighters, eyes daily operations to Hong Kong and seeks approval for long-term operations to China. Plans for a fourth freighter are in progress, aligning with the airline’s three- to five-year growth strategy.