Titan Airways Says Goodbye To Boeing 757


Titan Airways has officially said goodbye to its long-standing Boeing 757 operations, announcing it’ll retire the type.

The company operated its last commercial 757 flight on the 4th of May to London Stansted, which acts as a base.

The aircraft was registered as G-ZAPX and had, throughout its long life, operated a host of missions worldwide, making it the little 757 that could.

Titan Airways became an operator of the 757 series in the early 2000s and utilised its capabilities to transform the company.

The 757 became an iconic aircraft for Titan Airways, meaning they could fly it for over two decades, its versatility being at the forefront of its success.

Following the retirement of the Boeing 757, Titan Airways says it’ll now become an exclusive Airbus operator. This is also the back of their final Boeing 737 classic retirement that occurred only in April.

Per Cirium fleet data Titan Airways has six aircraft in service, with 3 in storage. Of the aircraft in service, they have 3 Airbus A321neo family aircraft, 1 Airbus A320-200 and 1 Airbus A330-300F. Additionally, there’s a Phenom 300. However, in storage are the likes of the A321P2F and A321-200.

Daniel Fowkes
16 May 2023
· Aircraft 
· Airlines 

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