ASL Aviation Boeing 737-800BCF

ASL Airlines UK first Boeing 737-800BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter) registered G-OHJK msn 35701 entered service with the airline on 29 June operating its first revenue service from Paris-CDG to East Midlands and on to Belfast International (BFS).

The 737-800BCF offers higher reliability and lower fuel consumption and operating costs per flight. The aircraft are used primarily by ASL’s airlines to transport express cargo and e-commerce freight and can carry up to 23.9 tonnes (52,800 pounds) with a range up to 3,750 kilometres (2,025 nautical miles).

ASL Airlines United Kingdom Managing Director John Rawl said, “We are delighted to welcome our first B737-800BCF aircraft. This milestone is a positive statement of our confidence in the future of ASLUK and is a step forward as we continue to grow and strengthen our UK airline. Our new aircraft enhances our capabilities and reflects our commitment to our customer service by providing quality and reliable services across our cargo network.”

ASL Airlines UK part of ASL Aviation Holdings is headquartered in East Midlands operating under ICAO code ABV under ATC callsign ‘Cargoblue’ with one ATR72-200F and one Boeing 737-800BCF.

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