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TNT Airways selects Learjet for fleet support
Belgium's TNT Airways SA is using an Isle of Man registered Learjet to increase efficiency of operations.

Belgium's TNT Airways SA is using an Isle of Man registered Learjet to increase efficiency of operations. The company confirms: "The Learjet is exclusively used for internal company flights for the positioning of crews, engineers, parts or tooling when facing aircraft AOG situations away from base. It is not used and offered for commercial operation."

TNT Airways SA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of TNT NV. Its main activity is to provide TNT Express with an air freight network connecting daily to TNT Express locations globally, with the major focus on Europe.

"Our core activity allows us to offer our fleet resources and services to third parties such as ACMI contract to airlines, scheduled and unscheduled air cargo services, specialised charters and passenger operations," the company explains. The Learjet 31 was registered in the Isle of Man in January.

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