21 Air initiated B767-300ERBCF aircraft operations

21 Air has successfully completed the incorporation to airline’s fleet of three Boeing 767-300 Extended Range Boeing Converted Freighters on interchange basis. 21 Air began recently operating these aircraft on January 29, 2020, as an Interchange Operator, from Miami International Airport into points in South America. This new type of flying arrangement allow us to be active on three strategic U.S. gateways: South Eastern (MIA), South Western (LAX) and North Western (CVG), which goes in line with 21 Air’s main objective of further diversifying its business model both by segments and geographically.


21 Air is also working in upgrading its current type rating certifications to Category II and Category III operations, along with qualifications for Extended-range Twin-engine Operational Performance Standards(ETOPS) with the objective to expand its operations capabilities and be able to begin a long haul flight program in the second semester of the coming year.


Founded in 2014 and based out of North Carolina and Miami, 21 Air provides ACMI, CMI and worldwide charter cargo services to global customers. 21 Air has DOT Economic Authority to conduct both interstate and worldwide all cargo services under “Scheduled” and “Non-Scheduled” basis. For more information please go to www.21air.us