• Titan Airways has expanded its fleet with a fourth Airbus A321P2F freighter.

  • The newly-registered aircraft, G-POWW, recently landed at London Stansted after undergoing conversion by EFW in Singapore.

  • This addition marks the airline's continued investment in the Airbus A321P2F since becoming one of its first operators in 2020.

The British carrier Titan Airways announced yesterday that they have added a fourth Airbus A321P2F freighter to their fleet. The newly-acquired aircraft, bearing the registration G-POWW, landed at London Stansted, having been converted by EFW in Singapore.

This acquisition underscores Titan Airways' commitment to the Airbus A321P2F, having become one of its pioneer operators in 2020. The airline currently operates three such freighters under its Maltese registry, with this latest addition bolstering its UK-based fleet. Plans are in place for the aircraft to undergo painting by the end of July and to commence revenue operations in early August.

Prominent for its fuel efficiency, the Airbus A321P2F sets itself apart by being the first in its segment to feature a fully containerized lower deck. The aircraft's advanced technology further ensures unparalleled reliability.

This recent addition complements Titan Airways' exclusive Airbus lineup, which encompasses models such as the A320-200, A321-200, A321LR, and the A330P2F.