29 OCTOBER 2012
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Coinciding with the introduction of a brand new uniform created by corporate uniform specialist Field Grey, Titan Airways has accepted the Best Passenger Charter Airline award at the annual Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) awards luncheon at London’s Guildhall.
Thanking the 200-plus strong industry guests for their votes Operations Director Graham Baguley also highlighted that the entire industry needs to “get behind British industry and buy British” pointing out that where there were once up to perhaps a dozen independent UK charter airlines competing for business Titan is essentially the only one left, although the pure leisure carriers do have capacity available from time to time, likewise BA and easyJet.
He noted: “In this tough economic climate, which has regrettably caused the demise of many British airlines, we’re proud to be celebrating a quarter of a century of operations next year”.
At present the Titan Airways fleet comprises of 12 aircraft: three Boeing 737-300s; one Boeing 737-300F, two BAe 146-200s, one BAe Avro RJ100, three Boeing 757-200s (two joining the fleet in 2012); a Boeing 767-300ER; and the new Cessna Citation CJ2+. Several of the aircraft are QC (quick change) enabling utilisation for either passenger or freight transportation. www.titan-airways.com
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