Tampa Cargo to become an Airbus operator

Tampa Cargo (Medellin) will become a new Airbus operator. Parent Avianca (Colombia) (Bogota), part of the airline group AviancaTaca Holdings, has signed a firm order with Airbus for four Airbus A330-200F Freighter aircraft. The new aircraft will be operated by Avianca’s cargo subsidiary Tampa Cargo. Avianca will announce its engine choice at a later date.

The A330-200 Freighter will replace Tampa’s current Boeing cargo fleet and play a key role in expanding Avianca’s international cargo business. The order will make Avianca the first operator to receive the A330-200F Freighter in Latin America. AviancaTaca and its subsidiaries already operate seven A330-200 passenger aircraft and 81 A320 Family aircraft.

Image: Airbus.

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