To be able to fly the missions we looking for and in order to achieve the goals, large wide body aircraft are required. Boeing Aircraft meets all our requirements and expectations regarding green aspects, transport capacity, long-range capability, safety and reliability.
Boeing 767 This type of aircraft had its maiden flight in 1981 and has been continuously developed ever since. More than 1000 aircrafts of this type are currently in use and are relied upon by more than 70 airlines worldwide.
With an average flight time of 10 hours per day, the 767 has made more transatlantic crossings than any other aircraft. This aircraft type flies greener and is more fuel-efficient than any other aircraft of its class. We are hence able to carry 55 tons of cargo from any airport to any destination worldwide with a maximum of one stopover.
Boeing 747 This type of aircraft had its maiden flight in 1969 and has been continuously developed ever since. More than 1500 aircrafts of this type has been built in 10 different versions. The "Queen Of The Sky" is a reliable working horse like the 767 or even the 777.
The Boeing 747 has a big benefit: it can be operated as a combined passenger and cargo aircraft. This allows to carry a Search and Rescue Team together with aid material or even evacuate people in case of a disaster. We are hence able to carry up to 110 tons of cargo from any airport to any destination worldwide with a maximum of one stopover.