Global Supply Systems
|Hubs||London Stansted Airport|
|Headquarters||London Stansted Airport|
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
The company is majority British-owned (51%), with Atlas Air as minority shareholder (49%).
As of January 2014 Global Supply Systems fleet includes the following aircraft:
|Boeing 747-8F||3||—||All three owned by Atlas Air and
operated for British Airways World Cargo
being returned to Atlas in April 2014
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 86.
- Operating Licence
- Companies House
- All three GSS 748F in BA livery
- UK Aircraft Register
- "BAWC upgrades to Boeing 747-8F". Air Cargo News. 11 August 2012.
- IAG Cargo Takes Delivery of First 747-8 Freighter
- Atlas to pursue new placement opportunities for three 747-8F
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