Wiggins Airways is an American fixed base operator, cargo airline, and charter airline based at Manchester, New Hampshire and operating from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
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Wiggins Airways was founded in 1929 by E.W. Wiggins, operating out of Manchester, New Hampshire. Wiggins Airways was bought out by its employees in the creation of an
Employee Share Ownership Plan in 1985. Wiggins currently employs over 160 people, operating a fixed base operator (FBO) and private terminal at Manchester Boston Regional Airport. Wiggins Aviation also provides refueling and service to both commercial and private aircraft.
In late 2014
Ameriflight reached agreement to acquire Wiggins Airways (48 aircraft and 100 employees), which would result in Ameriflight becoming the largest regional air cargo carrier in the world with 218 aircraft in its fleet. [1 ] [2 ]
Wiggins Airways currently operates a fleet of 52 aircraft. The majority of these aircraft operate as feeders for
UPS Airlines and FedEx Express.
As of March 2009, the Wiggins Airways fleet includes:
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