Air Atlanta Icelandic to launch Maltese subsidiary
Air Atlanta Icelandic has announced it will establish a Maltese subsidiary called Air Atlanta Europe. The airline thinks they will be able to gain better and more access to different markets with its new unit.
The plan is to launch operations next year, first with a single B747-400F which will come from the Icelandic-mother company.
Currently, Air Atlanta Icelandic operates a fleet of fourteen aircraft consisting of one A340-300 (operated for Air Madagascar), four B747-400s (stored) and nine B747-400Fs (all operated for third parties).