Avmax expands partnership with ProFlight Zambia by delivering 2 aircraft to bolster fleet

Avmax Press Release | September 15, 2023

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An Avmax Bombardier CRJ package freighter rests outside an aircraft hangar. Avmax Photo

Calgary-based Avmax has announced the successful delivery of two aircraft to ProFlight Zambia, marking a significant milestone in the growing partnership between the two companies. Avmax has delivered the following aircraft to ProFlight Zambia:

  • One Bombardier CRJ200 package freighter; and
  • One Bombardier CRJ200 passenger aircraft

These new additions complement ProFlight Zambia’s existing fleet of aircraft, which already includes two other Avmax aircraft. Avmax said it is thrilled to support ProFlight Zambia’s fleet expansion.

Steve Hankirk, CEO of Avmax, expressed his enthusiasm for the strengthened partnership, stating:  “Avmax and ProFlight Zambia have forged a trusted partnership and we are happy to support them by leasing another CRJ200 passenger jet. We are also proud to support the launch of ProFlight Zambia Cargo, by leasing a CRJ200 package freighter. We wish ProFlight Zambia continued success with the launch of this new division.”

Tony Irwin, CEO of ProFlight Zambia, shared his thoughts on the collaboration, saying: “We are proud to work with Avmax to support our fleet requirements. They continue to demonstrate a willingness to work with us and grow our airline by offering reliable, quality aircraft. As a CRJ200 operator, the addition of the CRJ200 package freighter leverages our capabilities and allows us to enter the cargo market with the launch of ProFlight Zambia Cargo. The addition of a third CRJ200 allows us to offer even more capacity and frequencies on new routes to our customers.”

Avmax and ProFlight Zambia’s shared commitment to excellence, reliability, and quality aircraft forms the foundation of this successful partnership. As they continue to work together closely, both companies are excited to contribute to the advancement of aviation in Zambia.

This press release was prepared and distributed by Avmax.

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