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Who feeds DHL?

airhermit

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Does anyone know who feeds DHL in ILN from smaller markets? I know AMF does a few locations, but was wondering who else might be a 135 contractor for them...
 

V2plus25

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So does Air Cargo Carriers and Suburban Air (or at least they used to). I've got the sheet of all the feeder flts and companies. It's stashed somewhere in the a/c....I think
 

Way2Broke

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Ram Air, but I think alot of it is seasonal around Christmas. Year round with Lances and 402s? I'm not 100% sure on this one though.
 

1973Arrow

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Way2Broke said:
Ram Air, but I think alot of it is seasonal around Christmas. Year round with Lances and 402s? I'm not 100% sure on this one though.

Not anymore. DHL, a few months back, went "JetA or no way." Except for a rare circumstance, if you aren't a turbine you aren't flying DHL.
 

V2plus25

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Alright, here's the complete list of feeders for DHL as of the 8/12/05 revision after the schedules all changed.

ABX
Air Cargo Carriers
Air Now
Airpac Airlines, Inc.
Air Tahoma, Inc.
Ameriflight
Astar Air Cargo
Bemidji Aviation
Berry Aviation, Inc.
Business Aviation
Castle Aviation
Eagle Air Cargo
IBC Airways
Keylime Air
Lufthansa
Martinaire
Navair
Northwest Airlines
Philips Air
Star West Aviation
Superior Aviation
Union Flights
Western Aviator

That's it. They also have it broken down by station, but I'm not THAT bored sitting around all day.
 
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