Europe Airpost

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Europe Airpost
Europe Airpost logo.svg
Founded 1991
Fleet size 18
Parent company Air Contractors
Headquarters Bâtiment Le Séquoia
Tremblay-en-France, France
Europe Airpost Boeing 737-300

Europe Airpost is an airline based in the Bâtiment Le Séquoia in Tremblay-en-France.[1] It operates mail and cargo flights for the postal service and newspapers dispatch during the night and scheduled and charter services for other airlines and tour operators by day thanks to its fleet of Boeing 737-300QC ("Quick Change") aircraft that can be switched between cargo and passenger configuration in less than an hour. Its main base is Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.[2]


The airline's roots can be traced to the "Companie Générale Aéropostale" in 1927 that pioneered mail delivery between Europe, Africa and South America with famous pilots like Jean Mermoz and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It was originally part of Air France from 1947 to 1991 when it operated as Société d'Exploitation Aéropostale (SEA). It took on the current name in 2000 when it started services on its own for the French national postal service (La Poste). On March 14, 2008 Air Contractors of Ireland officially acquired the airline. The aircraft keep the former livery and call sign. It had 400 employees as of March 2007.[2]



The Europe Airpost fleet consists of the following Aircraft (as of June 2014):[3]

Europe Airpost Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Cargo/Passenger
Boeing 737-300QC 8 0 Both "Quick Change"
Boeing 737-300 1 0 Passenger
Boeing 737-300SF 1 0 Cargo
Boeing 737-400 4 0 Cargo
Boeing 737-700 4 3 Passenger
Total 18 3

As of March 2014, the average age of the Europe Airpost fleet is 19.3 years.[4]

Previously operated[edit]


  1. ^ "europe_airpost.html." (Informations utiles -> Nous contacter) Europe Airpost. Retrieved on 18 June 2010. "Bât. Le Séquoia - Siège social - Fret 7. Zone de Fret 7 - Bât. Le Séquoia 15 rue du Haut de Laval BP 14454 Tremblay-en-France 95708 Roissy CDG Cedex"
  2. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 79. 
  3. ^ Europe Airpost Fleet
  4. ^ Europe Airpost Fleet Age

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