MasAir..

MayerFM

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Y se concretó lo mencionado en la publicación inmediata anterior; es decir, se termina la participación de LATAM en MasAir:

LATAM airlines has finalised the sale of its stake in Aerotransportes Mas de Carga (Mas Air), also known as LATAM Cargo Mexico, for an undisclosed sum.

The stake has been purchased by a group led by current shareholders of Mas Air, with the deal completed on December 1.

According to Flight Radar, the airline operates a single Boeing 767-300ERF offering flights between Mexico and the US, either Miami or Los Angeles.

The transaction amount is not considered material for LATAM Airlines Group. News that discussions were underway was first revealed in April.
FUENTE: LATAM finalises Mas Air Cargo sale

Saludos.
 

MayerFM

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Noticias de MasAir:

https://cargofacts.com/tag/21-air/
21 Air announced this week it had entered into a long-term aircraft interchange agreement with Mexico-based Mas Air to operate Mas’ sole 767-300F (34627) on an interchange basis.

Although Mas will remain the primary operator of the aircraft, US-based 21 Air will be called upon to operate certain scheduled segments.

According to flight-tracking radar, Mas currently utilizes its 767F for intra-Latin America flights, and flights between the United States and Latin America. While 21 Air’s flight schedule for Mas has not yet been confirmed, Cargo Facts expects Mas’ own crew will continue operating most intra-Latin America flights, while interchange flights will comprise of segments between the United States and Mexico. Such an operation would be complementary with 21 Air’s existing operations – at present, the carrier operates a 767-200BDSF on an ACMI basis for AeroMexico Cargo, and those operations include scheduled frequencies between Los Angeles (LAX) and Mexico City (MEX) – key routes for Mas as well. In practice, Mas crews could operate flights to LAX, where 21 Air could then handle the return, or onward flights within the United States.

For Mas Air, recent restructuring and the small scale of its freighter operations warrant the interchange agreement. Last year LATAM Airlines sold its stake in Mas Air, and the Mexico-based carrier has since continued to operate independently of LATAM Cargo. With just a single aircraft, and without an overarching parent airline, crewing aircraft in multiple regions becomes a more complex undertaking. We note, however, that the 767-300F (34627) is still owned by LATAM, and is leased to Mas Air.

Returning to 21 Air, the operator plans to increase 767-300F flying with more aircraft, the carrier said in a release. While no aircraft have yet been identified as acquisition targets, 21 Air is reportedly seeking approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to operate scheduled and non-scheduled international cargo services between the US and Canada, and beyond. For now, 21 Air operates a single 767-200BDSF on an ACMI basis for AeroMexico Cargo, and has a second 767-200BDSF in maintenance.
FUENTE: 21 Air to add 767-300F platform through interchange ops for Mas Air

Saludos.
 

MayerFM

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Hola, un amigo me hizo el favor de pasarme la siguiente información:

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N363CM/history/20200722/1730Z/KILN/MMMX

Se trata del vuelo de entrega del segundo B763 para Mas Air, que tiene los siguientes datos:

Tipo de avión: Boeing 767-338 (F)
Número de construcción / línea: 24853/319
Año de fabricación: 1990
Operadores y matrículas anteriores: Qantas (VH-OGF), ABX Air (N363CM)


Bien por Mas Air.
 

Zero

Active Member
Hace 2 semanas o 1 estuvieron contratando capitanes y primeros oficiales, supuestamente Andres Fabre junto con Discovery Americas, le estan inyectando dinero, ahorita, hasta donde me llego el chisme, confirmo, solo es radiopasilo, agarraron unos buenos contratos de carga y planean cerrar el año con 5 aviones.
 

copycat

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Hace 2 semanas o 1 estuvieron contratando capitanes y primeros oficiales, supuestamente Andres Fabre junto con Discovery Americas, le estan inyectando dinero, ahorita, hasta donde me llego el chisme, confirmo, solo es radiopasilo, agarraron unos buenos contratos de carga y planean cerrar el año con 5 aviones.
Muchas gracias por la información, ojalá y haya crecimiento. Saludos.
 

rogertum

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Qué bien escuchar buenas noticias de Masair, hace mucho que no veo muchas operaciones de ellos...ojalá sí se de el crecimiento planeado.

Checando la página de Discovery Americas aparece Masair dentro de su portafolio, por lo que parece que sí están invirtiendo en la aerolínea.
 

flymzt

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Gracias por publicar info de MasAir, las aerolíneas cargueras a veces las dejamos olvidadas o de lado en el foro y son muy importantes también!
 
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