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What Is European Air Transport (EAT)?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 3:58 pm

I was wondering, what is European Air Transport (EAT)?

I know they are somehow related with DHL since it looks like all of their planes are painted in DHL colors.

How exactly are they related to DHL? Do they only operate 757s or do they have another aircraft type?

What destinations do they serve?

Do they have a website?

Basically, I don't know anything about this carrier and would like to learn about it.  Smile So any info that you could share with me, I'd be greatly appreciative.

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RE: What Is European Air Transport (EAT)?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 5:22 pm

It is a Brussels-based DHL subsidiary. They operate a fleet of B727-200, B757-200 and A300B4-200 freighters. Most of its B757-200s are however leased to and operated by DHL Air, an East Midlands-based operator. They also have Convair 580 and B727-200 freighters leased to Swiftair (Spain), two B727-200s to Vensecar International (Venezuela), DHL Aero Expreso (Panama, DHL subsidiary) and Transaustralian Air Express as well as one B727-200 to Asian Express Airlines (both from Australia).

They operate on a big network around Europe, some important bases are Brussels, East Midlands and Cologne from what I know.
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RE: What Is European Air Transport (EAT)?

Mon Nov 03, 2003 2:52 am

Thanks a lot.

Do they have a website?

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RE: What Is European Air Transport (EAT)?

Mon Nov 03, 2003 7:59 am

Anyone know if they have a website? What destinations do they serve?

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RE: What Is European Air Transport (EAT)?

Mon Nov 03, 2003 10:01 am

They have 2 dailies at LHR.One A300 and one 752 that land around 2130 and leave around 2245.

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