A new airline brand is born: StratAir, operated by Northern Air Cargo

New U.S. airline brand, operated by Northern Air Cargo

StratAir (Miami) is a new U.S. cargo airline brand. Their first Boeing 767-300 has been painted in the StratAir brand and is now in service. StratAir is a subsidiary of Saltchuk, the parent of Northern Air Cargo (NAC).

The aircraft are operated by Northern Air Cargo under the NAC AOC.

The new company describes its activities:

StratAir has at its disposal a fleet of Boeing 767-300F, 767-200F and 737-300F aircraft.

We operate a mix of scheduled and charter services to supplement capacity to key import and export destinations through North America, the Caribbean and South America.

The new airline is flying from Miami to these destinations:

Top and Bottom Copyright Photo: StratAir (Northern Air Cargo) Boeing 767-323 ER (F) N374AA (msn 25201) SJU (Raul Sepulveda). Image: 942632.

New U.S. airline brand, operated by Northern Air Cargo

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