Delta World Charter Completes Its First Managed Fleet Project
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1 November 2015

Delta World Charter has successfully completed its managed fleet project of two 747-200F Nose loaders Freighter Aircraft, that it took up in January this year.

Expressing excitement over the completion, Dmitriy Korshunov, CEO of Delta World Charter (DWC) said, “It is rewarding that the project supported causes such as humanitarian relief and several industries such as medical, livestock and automotive.” He further stated, “Although the cargo sector is facing severe downturn in most economies of the globe, we are proud to have performed well for our client and achieved 170% growth in hours flown during the seven months from Mar-Sep 2015 of this year over the last year average.”

DWC has achieved significant cash flows for the Operator, amounting to $4 million during the 7-month period and 1000 flown hours.  In the process, the company served the cargo needs of several top-notch end-clients worldwide.

As the managed fleet and cargo business continues to grow for DWC, the company’s strategic objective is to achieve over 100% average growth for the Operators. In order to effectively manage the growth, the company has hired Satvir Kalsi and Swapnil Bhandari as Sr. Account Manager – Cargo and Account Manager – Cargo respectively.

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