Malta’s Airhub Aviation Eyes Significant Fleet Growth

Airhub Aviation A340 after conversion
Credit: Airhub Aviation
Malta-headquartered Airhub Aviation has announced plans to add 11 aircraft to its fleet by summer 2022, as it seeks clearance to fly U.S. cargo flights. Airhub Aviation, which has a commercial office in Dubai, is active in wet-lease flying, passenger and cargo charters, aircraft management, aviation...

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