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History

The history of AAT is not a long one but impressive one:


2007

March

  • B747-400F MSN 28367 sold to Air Atlanta Icelandic
  • Four B747-400BCFs MSNs 24801, 24833, 24920, 25135 sold to Air Atlanta Icelandic

February

  • Six A330-200Fs ordered from Airbus with 2010 and 2011 deliveries.

January

  • Lease management of Challenger 600, MSN 1045
  • Purchase and lease management of Challenger 604, MSN 5496
2006


December

  • Three B747-400BCFs MSNs 25238, 25302, 25630 sold to Evergreen Airlines
  • B747-400F MSN 28367 purchased from Cargolux.
  • Head Office moved to a new location downtown Reykjavik with a strong management team of five administrative personnel

October

  • 51% of the company sold to the management and external investors.

August

  • Three B747-400BCFs MSNs 25238, 25302, 25630 purchased from Air France with 2009 and 2010 deliveries

July

  • Two A300-600Rs, MSN 767 & 788 and one spare engine purchased from China Airlines.
  • Six B747-400s MSNs 24801, 24833, 24920, 25135, 28282, 28283 purchased from All Nippon Airways with 2007 – 2010 deliveries. Four to be converted by Boeing to BCF. Two to be converted by IAI to SFs.

June

  • A300-600R MSN 536 sold to Fedex, USA.

April

  • A300-600R MSN 666 sold to Nasair, UAE.

January

  • A300-600R MSN 775 sold to Nasair, UAE.


2005

December

  • Four B777-200LRFs ordered from Boeing with 2010 deliveries
  • A300-600R MSN 666 leased to Dolphin, UAE.

October

  • Two A300-600Rs, MSNs 666 & 775 purchased from China Airlines.

September

  • Four B777-200LRFs ordered from Boeing with 2009 deliveries.

May

  • First A300-600R, MSN 536 purchased from China Airlines.

April

  • B747-300 MSN 22996 purchased from GECAS. Leased to Air Atlanta Icelandic.

February

  • The company started operating with two people preparing for acquisitions of selected aircraft. At that time, the company was 100% owned by HF Eimskip, the parent company of Eimskip, the Shipping & Logistics business and Air Atlanta Icelandic, the ACMI provider.



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