The Air Atlanta brand encompasses two sister airlines: Air Atlanta Icelandic, headquartered in Iceland, and Air Atlanta Europe, established in Malta in 2021. Both airlines share ownership, benefiting from each other’s expertise and maintaining high safety, operational, and quality standards. Air Atlanta Icelandic, founded in 1986, is a leading provider of ACMI (Wet Lease) and Charter services globally, serving a diverse clientele including airlines, tour operators, governments, and non-profit organizations. The airline has also earned a reputation as one of the largest ACMI Hajj operators in the world, assisting millions of Muslims to travel to Makkah. Air Atlanta’s services extend to cargo, passenger, Hajj & Umrah, and VIP flights, boasting a vast operational reach with flights to 142 airports in 86 countries in 2020. The airline’s fleet is primarily composed of Boeing 747-400 aircraft, specializing in both passenger and cargo configurations.
Air Atlanta has a vast global operational reach, having flown to 142 airports across 86 countries in 2020. Their services cover passenger and charter flights, cargo solutions, Hajj & Umrah flights, and VIP flights, like the one arranged for Iron Maiden’s 2016 “Book of Souls” world tour. The destinations cover every habitable continent, showcasing the airline’s capability to set up global operational bases swiftly.
The core of Air Atlanta’s fleet comprises Boeing 747-400 aircraft, utilized for both passenger and cargo services. The airline is recognized for its expertise and economies of scale with this aircraft type, offering a reliable and flexible service to its clients. Additionally, they have specialized configurations for their VIP flights, as evidenced by the custom Boeing 747-400 named ‘Ed Force One’ for Iron Maiden’s world tour.
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