NASSAU, BAHAMASBahama's charter specialist Trans Island Airways has added its first DHC-8-300 with registration C6-FUZ (MSN 238).

The 31.3-year-old, which is currently the largest aircraft in the carrier's fleet, was previously operated by the Dutch charter operator Schreiner Airways, and Norwegian regional operator Widerøe. The aircraft is originally owned by British aircraft asset management company Falko Regional Aircraft

The plane began its journey on Jan. 13 from Maastricht, where it had been in storage since April 2020. TIA's DHC-8-300 made stopovers in Stornoway, Reykjavik Keflavik, Narsarsuaq, Québec, Teterboro, Jacksonville, and arrived at Fort Lauderdale on Jan. 15.

The Bahamian charter specialist currently operates five Cessna (single turboprop) C208 Grand Caravans (including an amphibian unit), a Cessna (twin piston) C402C, two AL!LRJ 60s, and a Cessna 560 Ultra.