Global Supply Systems is a British cargo airline based at London Stansted Airport. It provides dedicated freighters to airlines on a wet lease basis.
The company holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence, it is permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats.
Global Supply Systems Boeing 747-47UF(SCD)
Global Supply Systems Boeing 747-8F Operated for British Airways World Cargo
The company changed its name to Global Supply Systems Limited on 31 January 2001, and started operations on 29 June 2002. It began flying operations for British Airways between London Stansted, Frankfurt and Hong Kong using a Boeing 747-400 freighter on dry lease from partner Atlas Air. The company was founded by Atlas Air and John Robert Porter
Global Supply Systems now operates a fleet of 3 Boeing 747-8 freighter on dry lease from partner Atlas Air in full British Airways World Cargo livery.
The company is majority British-owned (51%), with Atlas Air as minority shareholder (49%).
As of February 2012 the Global Supply Systems fleet includes the following aircraft:
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