|Hubs||London Stansted Airport|
|Destinations||Varying (charter airline)|
|Headquarters||London Stansted Airport, United Kingdom|
|Key people||Gene Willson|
Titan Airways Ltd is a British charter airline with its head office located at Enterprise House at London Stansted Airport. The airline has a varied fleet with aircraft capable of carrying up to 265 passengers and specialises in VIP and corporate travel as well as airline sub charter and aircraft leasing. In addition, a number of the aircraft within Titan’s fleet operate as freighters on behalf of the Royal Mail.
Its initial fleet of aircraft included smaller airliner types such as the 33-seat Short 330 twin-engined turboprop.
Its customer base includes investment houses, aircraft manufacturers, major car companies, football teams, tour operators, cruise lines and the corporate entertainment industry.
Titan Airways is also frequently called upon by other carriers, including national flag carriers and regional airlines, when they are faced with operational difficulties. The airline has received several awards, notably a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2001. The carrier has been ranked in the Sunday Times Profit Track 100 league table on four occasions since the year 2000.
All of Titan Airways' aircraft operate under UK registrations with regular maintenance governed by the UK (CAA) Civil Aviation Authority and EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency). The carrier is registered under the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) programme.
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Titan Airways operates charter flights on a seasonal basis to a number of destinations on behalf of UK-based tour operators. During the summer months the airline operates regularly to Dalaman in Turkey, to Lourdes in France and to Figari and Calvi on the island of Corsica. During the winter it operates regularly to Chambéry in the French Alps.
Aside from the regular seasonal routes mentioned above, Titan Airways operates long and short haul flights on an ad hoc basis on behalf of individuals, blue chip companies, Premier League football teams, high-profile personalities and pop/rock groups.
In addition, Titan Airways operates flights worldwide on behalf of other airlines on an ACMI basis.
UK Ministry of Defence
Titan Airways' Boeing 767 operated to the Falkland Islands on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence for two years until September 2012; with twice-weekly flights departing from RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, to RAF Mount Pleasant via RAF Ascension Island.
Titan Airways' RJ100 aircraft has been based in Sharjah on contract to the UK MoD since 2011. The RJ100 superseded Titan Airways' BAe 146 operations in the Gulf region which dated back to 2009.
As of January 2014 the Titan Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Boeing 757-200||2||—||80||—||80||flexible-business class or all-economy class|
|Boeing 767-300ER||1||—||—||265||265||all-economy class|
- Operating Licence
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- "Top honour for air charter operator". East Anglia Daily Times. November 3, 2010. Retrieved 16 July 2013.
- "IOSA Registry". IATA. 2013-04-25. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- "Airlines | Chambéry Savoie Airport". Chambery-airport.com. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- "Falklands Air Bridge". Titan-airways.com. 2011-09-01. Retrieved 2013-03-06.
- "Arabian Aerospace - Titan Airways bolsters fleet with BAe Avro RJ100 for Gulf missions". Arabianaerospace.aero. 2011-01-31. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- "BAe 146-300 to Operate for UK MoD Under Titan Airways Contract". Asdnews.com. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- UK Civil Aviation Authority civil aircraft register search, using "Titan Airways" as the search results. Search carried out 18 July 2013
- "Titan Airways adds first Airbus A320 to fleet". Flightglobal.com. 2010-06-14. Retrieved 2013-03-06.
- A320 Seat Plan
- All Business 737-300 (G-POWC) Seat Plan
- All Economy 737-300 Cabin Seat Plan
- All Business 757 Seat Plan
- Two Class 757 Seat Plan
- All Economy 757 Seat Plan
- 767 Seat Plan
- Eastwood, Tony and Roach, John. Turbo Prop Airliner Production List. The Aviation Hobby Shop, 1998, ISBN 0-907178-69-3.
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