Legends Airways thrives flying cargo, considers larger freighters

Legends Airways (Lakeland) was struggling flying passenger flights during COVID restrictions.

The carrier was close to closing when it decided to remove the seats of its five SAAB 340Bs and start flying cargo.

Now it is thriving and is considering larger freighter aircraft including Boeing 737s.

The airline flies to any part of United States, Canada, Mexico, or the Bahamas.