Bluebird Nordic takes delivery of B737-800F

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Icelandic cargo airline Bluebird Nordic, a member of the Avia Solutions Group, leaders in end-to-end capacity solutions for passenger and cargo airlines worldwide, is continuing its fleet expansion by receiving one more Boeing 737-800 freighter aircraft (BCF). This is the fourth such aircraft in the airline’s fleet.

The fleet expansion is Bluebird Nordic’s answer to the growing air cargo transportation demand that has skyrocketed over the past couple of years. Last year the company began its expansion by renewing its cargo fleet and adding Boeing 737-800 freighters.

“We are excited to continue expanding our fleet with converted B737-800,” said Audrone Keinyte, CEO of Bluebird Nordic. “The new aircraft have already proven to be great additions, ensuring reliable operations – with impressive range and payload for an aircraft of this size. In the upcoming months, we plan to receive four more aircraft, which will take us to eight -800s in our fleet, in addition to our B737 classic fleet.”

Bluebird Nordic is expecting to continue its development plans by adding more B737-800s to its fleet in 2023.

Established in 1999, the cargo charter service, Bluebird Nordic, provides secure and reliable cargo services from its home base in Iceland to more than 100 locations worldwide. The company prides itself on running a highly efficient airline, focusing on a fast, safe, and competitive customer-focused service. The airline is experienced in and licensed to carry a wide variety of cargo; fresh fruits, perishables, pharmaceuticals, industrial machinery, animals, dangerous goods, and more.

Bluebird Nordic is a family member of Avia Solutions Group, leaders in end-to-end capacity solutions for passenger and cargo airlines worldwide. Its vast portfolio of services to clients includes ACMI, charter and cargo aviation, aircraft leasing and trading, MRO services, business aviation and VIP airline procurement, pilot and crew training, recruitment services, together with multiple complementary services spanning a wide range of associated operations. The group manages over 100 offices and production facilities globally.


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