ATSG is reorganizing its two airlines that served Schenker, Air Transport International (ATI) and Capital Cargo International Airlines (CCIA). CCIA's operations will merge into ATI, generating significant savings in these operations beginning in 2013.Delayed aircraft deployments also affected ACMI Services results. Two Boeing 767-300 freighters entered service on an ACMI basis in October on international routes. Those aircraft had been projected to enter service in August. ATSG's latest two-year combi (combination passenger/freighter) service award from the U.S. Military also began in October, under terms that will allow ATSG to replace its four DC-8 combis with more modern, efficient 757-200s. The combi business has been a steady, reliable source of cash flow generation to ATI for several years.
ATSG Reports Results For Third Quarter 2012
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