VALETTA, MALTAMaltese charter and ACMI specialist Airhub Airlines has inducted one Airbus A330-343 widebody jet into the fleet, bearing the Maltese registration 9H-AHQ (MSN 1754).

With the addition of a new aircraft type, Airhub Airlines aims to strengthen its competitive position in the ACMI and Charter market.

Powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 772B-60 engines, the five-year-old aircraft is now the youngest aircraft in the Airhub Airlines fleet. The A330 will be in ZERO LOPA (Layout Of passenger Accommodations) configuration, supplementing the cargo fleet of Airhub Airlines. The aircraft bears a maximum volume of 256 m3 and a payload of 50 tons, respectively.

The maiden flight under the Airhub Aviation livery is scheduled for the next week. The 9H-AHQ will be deployed on all international markets worldwide, including the USA, India, Vietnam, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

“The addition of a new aircraft type is another milestone, demonstrating our focus on enhancing products and services to meet customers’ requirements. Our strong relationship and collaboration with different stakeholders, including lessors and asset owners, support our vision to continue expanding in the market,” Haris Coloman, Accountable Manager at Airhub Airlines said.

“The successful fleet growth would not have been feasible without the support received from Transport Malta – Civil Aviation Directorate (TM-CAD). The vast experience, continuous support, and flexibility of TM-CAD members ensure that we are on the right track of our expansion plans,” Coloman added.

Airhub Airlines is an airline based in the EU, headquartered in Malta and it specializes in ACMI, charter and cargo services on narrow and wide-body aircraft. Airhub Airlines is a part of Airhub Aviation, a group of aviation companies with its headquarters in Malta and the Commercial office in Dubai. Airhub Aviation offers narrow-body and wide-body aircraft operations, aviation training, aircraft management services for lessors and asset owners with in-house MRO capabilities.