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CARGO AIRCRAFT CHARTERS

Air Charter Service


NORTH AMERICA - SOUTH AMERICA - EUROPE - AFRICA - MIDDLE EAST - CIS - ASIA
Air Charter Service is one of the largest air charter companies in the world,
generating revenue of over $350 million, coordinating 5,000 full charters
and has ofces across North America, South America, Europe, Africa, CIS,
the Middle East and Asia.
ACS accredits the companys success to dedication to its core values;
providing outstanding service, unrivalled exibility and unparalleled
value.
HISTORY
ACS was rst founded by Chris Leach in 1990, an aviation expert, who has
experienced every aspect of the business rst hand, from coordinating
passenger ights across Europe in the 1970s, to transporting personnel
and aid in and out of Sudan during the 1980s. It was this knowledge that
enabled him to win his rst key contracts with organisations such as the
United Nations.
When ACS rst opened, the charter market had been deemed saturated,
with a small number of large established companies controlling the market
along with a handful of smaller brokerages. Many thought that there was
not enough room for a new big player; however ACSs commitment to
personal service proved popular, in what had been described, by some, as
a complacent market.
In the years that followed ACS grew organically. With continual re-investment,
ACS was able to open regional ofces in strategically placed locations,
across the globe. ACS now employs over 200 staff worldwide, who speak
local languages and have expertise in their own regional markets.
COMPANY OVERVIEW
Company overview
Reasons to charter with ACS
Heavy & outsize cargo
Hazardous goods
Urgent Go Now charters
Isolated locations & hostile environments
Humanitarian aid
AOG Services
Passenger charters
Cargo aircraft facts
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International network of ofces, speaking over 20 local languages.
Trusted supplier, to governments and top freight forwarders worldwide.
Global buying power, commanding airport slots, cost reductions and time savings.
Personal Service with individual account managers.
Not a franchise, ACS ensures each ofce delivers the same high standard as the last, no ofces are franchised and each
ofce adheres to the same set of meticulous guidelines.
Expert knowledge in all aspects of aircraft chartering.
Award winning training regularly received from ACS directors and outsourced professionals, with over 20 years experience.
Financial security, trust in a large and nancially secure company.
Hands on experience and expertise gathered on the tarmac.
Full range of aircraft.
In-house compliance and legal department, ensuring aircraft are regulated by local CAA authorities.
24 hour operations, providing an immediate response.
Carbon Neutral for over 3 years, off-setting operation emissions and donating to a variety of worldwide projects from
hydro-electric power plants to wind farms.
Flight support department, coordinating ground support and airport communications.
...your trusted cargo partner for over 20 years.
REASONS TO CHARTER WITH ACS
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HEAVY & OUTSIZE CARGO
Chartering an outsize load (2010)
CARGO: Control unit
WEIGHT: 36 tons
AIRCRAFT: Ilyushin-76
ROUTE: Vatry International, France Port Harcourt, Nigeria
In 2010 ACSs expertise was called into action when a client, an
experienced sea freight organisation, urgently required an aircraft
to transport an extremely awkward load. The product could not be
dismantled, so transporting the item in one piece was the only option.
Meticulous planning was required and the cargo only just squeezed
inside the Ilyushin-76 aircraft. It was by applying years of experience
and discussions with various operators that ACS was able to determine
whether it was in fact loadable at all. ACS ensured the operation would
be successful by making sure the loadmasters went to the site, measured
and checked everything before a contract was agreed. The cargo tted
with only millimetres to spare and arrived safely in Port Harcourt.
CASE STUDY
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Transporting heavy and outsize cargo is a challenging
procedure which requires skill and expertise. By utilising a
detailed knowledge of cargo aircraft volumes and loading
abilities, ACS can organise outsize and heavy cargo to be
transported effortlessly.
ACS is a longstanding, trusted supplier for many organisations
who regularly require outsize and heavy cargo charters, to
carry cargo such as;
Oil industry equipment
Power station parts
Marine diesel engines
Engineering constructions
Aircraft components
Satellites and communication equipment
Vehicle transportation
Film and music stage sets
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HAZARDOUS GOODS
Oil renery charter in Africa (2010)
CARGO: Oil renery components
AIRCRAFT: Embraer 110
ROUTE: Cape Town, South Africa Pemba, Mozambique Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
In 2010, ACS was asked to provide a charter for 2 different pieces of
dangerous cargo, class 1 and 7 explosives and radioactive materials.
Within 30 minutes ACS located an Embraer 110 aircraft available for
immediate charter. Due to the size of the oil renery components, the
cargo could easily t onto one aircraft as long as they were properly
segregated in-ight. Once conrmation had been received the aircraft
was positioned for loading rst thing the next morning.
ACS also worked overnight, organising the over ight and landing
permissions essential for the transportation of dangerous goods.
CASE STUDY
Moving hazardous cargo requires a specialist skill set,
customers can rest assured when chartering with ACS
whose account managers receive regular expert training
and are knowledgeable in routing restrictions and the latest
regulations.
Areas of expertise:
Explosives
Gases
Flammables
Substances liable to spontaneous combustion
Oxidizing substances and peroxides
Toxic and infectious substances
Radioactive materials
Corrosives
Magnetised materials
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EXPLOSIVE
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URGENT GO NOW
Chartering aircraft within an hour from conrmation.
Utilising account managers, ight support departments,
legal teams and compliance advisors all working together
to ensure operations are fast and effective.
A longstanding supplier to just in time industries, including:
Manufacturers
Automotive industry charters
Energy industry charters
Special express, same day delivery
By booking with ACS you can rest assured that even when
your consignment is running late, your aircraft will wait for
you, enabling you to always make your delivery deadline.
Volcanic ash cloud travel restrictions backlog (2010)
CARGO: Automotive spare parts
AIRCRAFT: x 2 Learjet 35
ROUTE: Zurich, Switzerland - Gander, Canada - Chicago, USA.
Subsequent to the reopening of European airspace, following the air
travel restrictions caused by the volcanic ash cloud in 2010, ACS received
an urgent request to charter a small amount of automotive spares for a
production line.
ACS immediately set to action, the cargo, originally built up on a number
of wooden pallets, was broken down into individual boxes, thus enabling
them to be loaded onto smaller jets. The cargo was then own to the USA
via Canada, where the cargo was transhipped onto its nal destination
using two separate Learjet 35 aircraft.
A European aircraft was used for the rst half of the journey, and an
American aircraft for the second part. By mobilising two separate, smaller
aircraft and transhipping the cargo between them in Canada, ACS was able
to save time by avoiding lengthy delays caused by trafc right applications
and positioning ights. In offering Canadian accredited aircraft, ACS was
also able to obtain Canadian permits much faster than ying the cargo
direct from Europe to the USA, saving the client vital time.
TESTIMONIAL: ACS has been the mainstay for our emergency automotive
solutions via aircraft charter. They provide a professional, reliable, cost-
effective service that meets all our worldwide requirements. Thanks to Air
Charter Service our emergency requirements are made that little bit easier
to organise and full.
Branch Manager Express Logistics Provider
CASE STUDY
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ISOLATED LOCATIONS &
HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTS
Afghanistan Military Base cargo charters (2009 2010)
CARGO: Construction Equipment
AIRCRAFT: Ilyushin-76
ROUTE: Fujairah International Airport, UAE - Camp Bastian Airport, Afghanistan
Due to the impending danger of travelling along the roads connecting
Kandahar and Camp Bastian, ACS had been asked to conduct many
charters into the region, at times up to 30 per month. One programme
in particular ran for 8 months, whereby ACS organised a series of 65
charters, carrying essential construction equipment.
Having previous experience into the region ensured the project ran
without a hitch, such as selecting the most effective aircraft for the
mission, which was an IL-76. This was due to the aircrafts ability to land
on shorter runways, take off on a higher gradient and perform spiral
landings - a technique commonly used when ying within war zones.
Other considerations included keeping to schedule, due to military
permissions taking two days to authorise, the unavailability of fuel at
the airport and ground handling limitations at the base.
CASE STUDY
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ACS is an expert in organising charters into isolated locations and
hostile environments, often impossible to reach by scheduled
service.
Providing a full range of benets:
Superior knowledge of operators approved for hostile and
remote locations
Strong military and governmental contacts
Fast track permits and documentation
Experience with on the ground security and personnel
Up to date knowledge of time restrictions and airport slots
in numerous isolated and hostile locations.
CARGO OPERATIONS: Delivering essential items for:
Humanitarian aid
Vehicles and helicopters
Post deliveries
Industrial materials
Consumer goods
Camp supplies
PASSENGER OPERATIONS: Organising safe and secure
passenger movements. In 2009 ACS ew over 7000 passengers
into and out of Iraq and Afghanistan, then in 2011 moved over
5000 passengers out of Libya following the unrest.
Crew movements
Government and Charity visitations
Search and rescue teams
Medical evacuations
VIPs
Contractor Movements
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HUMANITARIAN AID
In emergency situations, it is vital that support is delivered
to those in need urgently. However it is situations such as
these which face the greatest logistical problems. ACS can
support NGOs, governments, relief organisations and aid
agencies to ensure relief aid reaches its nal destination
safely and in as little time as possible.
ACS has a proven track record in providing aid relief
charters in almost every major relief operation around the
globe over the last 19 years, overcoming all obstacles no
matter their size, including:

No matter the scale of the operation, whether it is an ad-hoc
single leg trip or a much larger requirement utilising
numerous aircraft to multiple locations within the affected
region, ACS has the experience and knowledge to provide
the best charter solution.
CARGO CHARTERS
Our cargo department works closely with aid agencies and governments
to ensure that the maximum help gets to the people who need it most,
quickly and at the lowest possible cost:
Medicines and medical equipment
Vital rescue equipment
Shelter and clothing
Vehicles
Food and water
PASSENGER CHARTERS
Travelling into a disaster situation can be treacherous, ACS can ensure
passengers arrive safely and as quickly as possible:
Governmental personnel
Rescue teams
NGO staff
Aid workers
Medic teams & doctors
Journalists
Fire ghters
ACS also has experience in mass evacuations, requiring multiple aircraft
to move survivors out of affected areas rapidly.
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Somalia (1992-93)
Rwanda (1994-95)
Kosovo (1999)
Iran (2003)
Sudan (2004)
Asian Tsunami (2004-2005)
Pakistan (2005-2006)
Central America (2007)
Burma (2008)
Darfur (2008)
Goma (2009)
Zimbabwe (2009)
Palestine (2009)
Indonesia (2009)
Haiti (2010)
Pakistan (2010)
North Korea (2010)
Egypt (2011)
Libya (2011)
New Zealand (2011)
Haiti Humanitarian Relief Response (2010)
CARGO: 5,000 tons of emergency aid and equipment
PASSENGERS: 400 passengers
CHARTERS: 100+
AIRCRAFT: 20 aircraft types
In January 2010 an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale hit
Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, killing tens of thousands of people and
devastating the capital and surrounding areas. In the months which followed,
ACS chartered over 100 aircraft and carried 5,000 tons of emergency aid into
the region.
The rst ACS aircraft to depart for Haiti ew from London Gatwick with
the British search and rescue team, and was airborne within 8 hours of
conrmation. Despite the severe weather conditions in London, ACS, in
partnership with Gatwick airport, was able to clear the runway of snow
enabling the plane to depart ahead of other commercial trafc.
ACS played an important role throughout the entire Haiti relief effort,
ensuring that, despite the ongoing communication problems, operations
ran smoothly, with the help of 3 ACS staff members who remained on-
site at Santa Domingo and Port-au-Prince airports. The ACS staff members
coordinated aircraft slots, handling and passenger ofoading and, by having
local support, ACS was able to maximise the amount of aid delivered into the
region and ensure the transit was fast and problem free.
Throughout the re-development of Haiti ACS was on hand, performing a long
running program of cargo air charters for over 12 months after the quake.
Moving more than 5,000 tons of aid, and utilising over 20 types of aircraft from
Cessna Caravans to Antonov 124s, ACS moved vital cargo which included:
Construction materials and equipment
Food
Relief kits
Tents
Blankets
Water purication tablets
Medical supplies
Toys
Books
Kitchen sets
In addition to this, during the initial response phase, ACS provided more than
75 rapid response aircraft charters delivering emergency aid and personnel,
including:
Search and rescue staff
Aid workers
Rescue dogs
Doctors
Search and rescue vehicles and equipment
Journalists
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AOG SERVICES
ACS, is a one-stop solutions provider, offering a full range of
support services for Aircraft On Ground (AOG) situations.
With 24 hour operations, ACS can respond immediately,
ensuring your airline keeps ying.
AOG SOLUTIONS
When an airline becomes grounded because of a
mechanical fault, ACS can charter an aircraft with any
required spare parts and engineers to x the problem. No
matter the size of the required part, large or small, ACS are
experts in providing Go Now charters for outsized cargo,
transporting everything from aircraft engines, nose cones
and avionics equipment.
CASE STUDY
AOG Response (2009)
CARGO: Aircraft engine
WEIGHT: 15 tons
AIRCRAFT: Antonov 124
ROUTE: Stansted, London Boston, USA

In July 2009 ACS received a request from an in-house
forwarder to a major British Airline who had an AOG
aircraft in Boston which urgently required a new engine.
The engine manufacturer was based in the United Kingdom,
so the only choice was to charter an aircraft to y the engine
from the UK to the United States. The selected aircraft was
an Antonov 124 because of the size of the part being over
4 meters high. ACS quickly set to work and within 2 days of
conrmation the aircraft was ready to load and depart.
The engine promptly arrived at the airport by trailer where
ACSwas on-hand to help coordinate the loading of the engine
onto the aircraft. The charter was a success and the airline
was able to regain its schedule and keep its eet ying.
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PASSENGER CHARTERS
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Air Charter Service is also world renowned for providing
passenger aircraft charter solutions, supplying a full range
of aircraft from helicopters, to piston jets, light jets, heavy
jets and airliners.
The passenger charter services are divided into two
separate departments, executive aircraft for under 19
passengers and commercial aircraft for upwards of 19
passengers.
EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT
Experts in ying a wide variety of executive clients including:
Government ofcials
High net worth individuals
FTSE 500 business executives
TV/lm personalities
Musicians
Sports professionals
Corporate sponsors
ACS can provide a wide range of service styles for business
or leisure charters worldwide.
COMMERCIAL AIRLINERS
ACSalso has a long history of providing large scale operations
for wide variety of passenger groups, including:
Football teams and supporters
Sports events
Oil and gas crew movements
Personnel logistics
Tour operators
Orchestra charters
Music tours
MICE
Product launches
CARGO AIRCRAFT FACTS
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AIRCRAFT FIXED WING
An-22
B767-300F
L-1011
DC-10 30
51,000 kg
54,000 kg
55,000 kg
65,000 kg
650 m3
438 m3
420 m3
451 m3
112,400 lbs
119,020 lbs
121,220 lbs
143,260 lbs
22,954 ft3
15,460 ft3
14,826 ft3
15,926 ft3
1043 x 169 x 169 ins
1531 x 174 x 98 ins
1300 x 141 x 108 ins
1468 x 220 x 92 ins
169 x 169 ins
134 x 98 ins
170 x 112 ins
140 x 102 ins
2650 x 430 x 430 cm
3980 x 442 x 250 cm
3300 x 360 x 274 cm
3725 x 356 x 234 cm
430 x 430 cm
340 x 254 cm
431 x 284 cm
350 x 260 cm
HOLD
VOLUME
MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD
HOLD SIZE
(LxWxH)
DOOR SIZE
(WxH)
B757-200F
A310-300F
B707
DC-8 54/55
B767-200
A300 B4
DC-8 62
IL-76
DC-8 71/73
32,000 kg
39,000 kg
40,000 kg
41,000 kg
42,000 kg
43,500 kg
45,000 kg
48,000 kg
48,000 kg
238 m3
240 m3
180 m3
180 m3
367 m3
300 m3
240 m3
180 m3
240 m3
70,530 lbs
85,956 lbs
88,160 lbs
90,365 lbs
92,568 lbs
35,874 lbs
99,180 lbs
105,792 lbs
105,792 lbs
8,400 ft3
8,472 ft3
6,356 ft3
6,354 ft3
12,955 ft3
10,590 ft3
8,475 ft3
6,356 ft3
8,472 ft3
1311 x 139 x 84 ins
1299 x 188 x 94 ins
1260 x 134 x 91 ins
1220 x 124 x 80 ins
1226 x 174 x 98 ins
1398 x 188 x 96 ins
1340 x 124 x 80 ins
787 x 136 x 128 ins
1535 x 124 x 80 ins
133 x 86 ins
141 x 101 ins
134 x 90 ins
140 x 85 ins
134 x 98 ins
141 x 101 ins
140 x 85 ins
136 x 128 ins
139 x 84 ins
3327 x 353 x 213 cm
3300 x 528 x 230 cm
3200 x 340 x 231 cm
3100 x 317 x 203 cm
3116 x 442 x 250 cm
3550 x 477 x 245 cm
3400 x 317 x 203 cm
1850 x 345 x 325 cm
3900 x 317 x 203 cm
340 x 218 cm
358 x 256 cm
340 x 230 cm
355 x 215 cm
340 x 244 cm
358 x 256 cm
355 x 215 cm
345 x 325 cm
355 x 215 cm
SD 360
DC-3
Saab 340
ATR 42
3,500 kg
3,500 kg
40 m3
35 m3
7,715 lbs
7,715 lbs
1,412 ft3
1,235 ft3
364 x 73 x 73 ins
394 x 79 x 85 ins
55 x 65 ins
85 x 68 ins
HOLD
VOLUME
MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD
AIRCRAFT FIXED WING HOLD SIZE
(LxWxH)
DOOR SIZE
(WxH)
925 x 185 x 185 cm
1000 x 200 x 216 cm
141 x 165 cm
216 x 174 cm
Piper PA-31
Metro II
Kingair 90
Cessna 406
Bandeirante
Dornier 228
LET-410
Metro III
Falcon 20
600 kg
1,200 kg
1,350 kg
1,400 kg
1,500 kg
1,500 kg
1,800 kg
2,000 kg
2,500 kg
3 m3
12 m3
4.5 m3
7 m3
14 m3
17 m3
18 m3
12 m3
11 m3
1,322 lbs
2,322 lbs
2,953 lbs
3,086 lbs
3,306 lbs
3,306 lbs
3,967 lbs
4,408 lbs
106 ft3
423 ft3
159 ft3
247 ft3
494 ft3
600 ft3
635 ft3
424 ft3
106 x 40 x 42 ins
329 x 43 x 41 ins
145 x 50 x 47 ins
134 x 47 x 47 ins
232 x 52 x 56 ins
250 x 50 x 57 ins
275 x 52 x 65 ins
329 x 43 x 41 ins
25.5 x 41 ins
53 x 51 ins
63 x 43 ins
48 x 48 ins
71 x 56 ins
52 x 54 ins
49 x 57 ins
53 x 51 ins
270 x 103 x 105 cm
835 x 110 x 105 cm
368 x 127 x 120 cm
340 x 120 x 120 cm
590 x 133 x 144 cm
635 x 127 x 147 cm
700 x 185 x 166 cm
835 x 110 x 105 cm
610 x 153 x 140 cm
65 x 105 cm
135 x 130 cm
160 x 109 cm
122 x 115 cm
180 x 143 cm
133 x 138 cm
125 x 146 cm
135 x 130 cm
188 x 137 cm
5,510 lbs 388 ft3 240 x 60 x 55 ins 74 x 54 ins
3,700 kg 30 m3
8,155 lbs 1,376 ft3 362 x 63 x 52 ins 47 x 46 ins
920 x 162 x 130 cm 130 x 128 cm
5,000 kg 56 m3
11,020 lbs 1,977 ft3 511 x 89 x 75 ins 50 x 60 ins
1300 x 175 x 191 cm 127 x 153 cm
HOLD
VOLUME
MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD
AIRCRAFT FIXED WING HOLD SIZE
(LxWxH)
DOOR SIZE
(WxH)
An-12
L-100-30
B727-200
TU-204
18,000 kg
28,500 kg
21,000 kg
22,000 kg
85 m3
170 m3
140 m3
144 m3
39,672 lbs
62,814 lbs
46,285 lbs
48,488 lbs
3,000 ft3
6,000 ft3
4,940 ft3
5,083 ft3
521 x 138 x 97 ins
1220 x 125 x 83 ins
672 x 119 x 108 ins
1056 x 125 x 85 ins
110 x 94 ins
134 x 83 ins
119 x 108 ins
134 x 86 ins
1325 x 280 x 240 cm
3100 x 318 x 200 cm
1707 x 302 x 274 cm
2683 x 318 x 216 cm
280 x 240 cm
340 x 210 cm
302 x 274 cm
340 x 218 cm
HS 748
Fokker 27
An-26
ATR 72
BAe ATP
An-74
BAe 146
B737-200
L-188 Electra
6,000 kg 55 m3
13,225 lbs 1,942 ft3 416 x 71 x 71 ins 105 x 68 ins
1055 x 180 x 180 cm 267 x 172 cm
6,000 kg 61 m3
13,225 lbs 2,153 ft3 526 x 83 x 75 ins 90 x 69 ins
1336 x 210 x 190 cm 228 x 175 cm
6,300 kg 40 m3
13,885 lbs 1,412 ft3 437 x 86 x 63 ins 90 x 67 ins
1110 x 220 x 160 cm 230 x 171 cm
8,200 kg 76 m3
18,073 lbs 2,683 ft3 706 x 89 x 75 ins 50 x 60 ins
1795 x 226 x 175 cm 294 x 180 cm
8,400 kg 78 m3
18,514 lbs 2,753 ft3 616 x 76 x 71 ins 98 x 68 ins
1565 x 195 x 180 cm 250 x 172 cm
15,000 kg 135 m3
33,060 lbs 4,763 ft3 787 x 110 x 86 ins 140 x 80 ins
2000 x 280 x 220 cm 355 x 203 cm
15,000 kg 104 m3
33,060 lbs 3,672 ft3 827 x 122 x 87 ins 134 x 85 ins
2100 x 310 x 220 cm 340 x 215 cm
10,000 kg 85 m3
22,040 lbs 3,000 ft3 500 x 102 x 75 ins 130 x 74 ins
1270 x 260 x 190 cm 330 x 190 cm
10,000 kg 52 m3
22,040 lbs 1,836 ft3 413 x 85 x 87 ins 88 x 86 ins
1050 x 215 x 220 cm 226 x 220 cm
AIRCRAFT ROTARY WING HOLD
VOLUME
MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD
HOLD SIZE
(LxWxH)
DOOR SIZE
(WxH)
Mil Mi-8
AS 332
Ka 32
Mil Mi-26
4,000 kg
4,000 kg
5,000 kg
20,000 kg
23 m3
17 m3
7 m3
110 m3
8,816 lbs
8,816 lbs
11,020 lbs
44,080 lbs
812 ft3
600 ft3
247 ft3
3,883 ft3
210 x 90 x 71 ins
268 x 71 x 61 ins
178 x 51 x 52 ins
473 x 126 x 122 ins
90 x 71 ins
51 x 53 ins
47 x 47 ins
126 x 122 ins
534 x 230 x 180 cm
681 x 180 x 147 cm
452 x 130 x 132 cm
1200 x 320 x 310 cm
234 x 182 cm
130 x 135 cm
120 x 120 cm
290 x 320 cm
AIRCRAFT FIXED WING HOLD
VOLUME
MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD
HOLD SIZE
(LxWxH)
DOOR SIZE
(WxH)
MD 11
IL-96
B777-300F
B747-200
B747-400
An-124
An-225
85,000 kg
92,000 kg
103,000 kg
111,500 kg
120,000 kg
120,000 kg
250,000 kg
600 m3
580 m3
633 m3
605 m3
605 m3
800 m3
1,100 m3
187,340 lbs
202,825 lbs
227,076 lbs
245,746 lbs
264,480 lbs
264,480 lbs
551,000 lbs
21,188 ft3
20,482 ft3
22,354 ft3
21,365 ft3
21,365 ft3
28,251 ft3
38,846 ft3
1891 x 138 x 91 ins
1768 x 214 x 113 ins
1737 x 229 x 124 ins
1890 x 191 x 119 ins
1890 x 191 x 119 ins
1437 x 252 x 173 ins
1693 x 252 x 173 ins
132 x 91 ins
191 x 113 ins
142 x 120 ins
SD 340 x 312 cm
SD 340 x 312 cm
252 x 173 ins
252 x 173 ins
4800 x 350 x 245 cm
4490 x 545 x 286 cm
4413 x 582 x 315 cm
4800 x 486 x 304 cm
4800 x 486 x 304 cm
3650 x 640 x 440 cm
4300 x 640 x 440 cm
355 x 259 cm
485 x 287 cm
362 x 305 cm
ND 140 x 98 ins
ND 140 x 98 ins
ND 356 x 249 cm
ND 356 x 249 cm
ND = Nose door
SD = Side door
640 x 440 cm
640 x 440 cm
SD 134 x 123 ins
SD 134 x 123 ins
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