Olympus Airways to end operations with two B757-200PCFs

ATHENS, GREECEThe Greek charter and ACMI specialist Olympus Airways has retired both of its passenger to freighter converted B757-200PCFs.



The two Boeing 757 aircraft with registrations SX-AMJ (MSN 25294) and SX-APX (MSN 25297) were re-registered in the United States as N224NZ and N225NZ, on Feb. 14, 2022.

The SX-AMJ has been in storage since mid-September 2021 at Goodyear Airport in Phoenix, the United States. The SX-APX was in service until December 9, 2021, under a wet-lease agreement with New Zealand's tailored service operator Airwork between Auckland and Sydney.

Olympus Airways added those freighters to its fleet in late 2019 and early 2020 to meet the demand for air cargo during the pandemic.

The carrier is now planning to restructure its fleet around passenger and cargo Boeing 737-800s but did not reveal if it had already secured any aircraft.
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