Zela Aviation starts tactical cooperation with Latvian cargo and passenger airline RAF – AVIA

The SAAB 340 will be available for charter and ACMI projects.

Zela Aviation announce tactical cooperation with the Latvian based cargo and passenger airline RAF – AVIA as Zela Aviation will become mandated to promote availability on SAAB 340 QC unit of RAF-AVIA for ACMI Lease & Charter flights available as of 1st April 2024 as the aircraft will be based in Southern Europe.

RAF-AVIA is a passenger and cargo airline that was established in 1990. Based in Riga, Latvia it is the biggest and one of the oldest freighters and passenger carrier in the Baltics operating regular and ad hoc charter flights in the region and all over Europe.

Zela Aviation’s chairman, Mr. Andreas Christodoulides, expressed his “delight in supporting and doing business with RAF-AVIA”, stating that the aircraft can be based in South Europe including Greece. “We are familiar with RAF-AVIA as an airline for many years, thus this is good for both businesses as it will improve our collaboration and relationship.”

Zela Aviation since establishment in 2006 has been active in the field of aircraft wet / dry leasing, chartering and aircraft sales maintaining offices in Cyprus, Greece and the United Kingdom. Zela Aviation has and remain to provide a range of services for its clients located in Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America. Its leading position, track records throughout the years, and complimented by its very well – trained staff, make Zela Aviation a solid and reliable partner worldwide.

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