Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides outsourced aircraft and aviation operating services worldwide. The company operates a fleet of 747 freighters, as well as 747 and 767 passenger aircraft and 767 freighters. The company also owns and dry leases a fleet of aircraft, including six 777 freighters. The company’s customers include airlines, express delivery providers, freight forwarders, the U.S. military, and charter brokers. The company provides global services with operations in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and South America. The company’s primary service offerings include the following: ACMI The company provides outsourced cargo and passenger aircraft operating solutions, including the provision of an aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance, while customers assume fuel, demand and yield risk. CMI CMI, which is part of the company’s ACMI business segment, provides outsourced cargo and passenger aircraft operating solutions, including the provision of crew, maintenance and insurance, while customers provide the aircraft and assume fuel, demand and yield risk. Charter The company provides cargo and passenger aircraft charter services to customers, including the U.S. Military Air Mobility Command, brokers, freight forwarders, direct shippers, airlines, sports teams and fans, and private charter customers. The company also provides limited airport-to-airport cargo services to select markets, including various cities in South America. Dry Leasing The company provides cargo and passenger aircraft and engine leasing solutions. The customer operates, and is responsible for insuring and maintaining, the flight equipment. The company’s Dry Leasing business provides a specific aircraft or engine without crew, maintenance or insurance to a customer for compensation that is typically based on a fixed monthly amount. This business is primarily operated by Titan, which is principally a cargo aircraft dry lessor, and also owns and manages aviation assets, such as passenger narrow-body aircraft, engines and related equipment. Titan also markets its expertise in asset management, passenger-to-freighter conversion, and other aviation-related technical services. DHL Network Operations (USA), Inc. (DHL) Investment and Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. (Polar) DHL holds a 49% equity interest and a 25% voting interest in Polar. The company owns the remaining 51% equity interest and 75% voting interest. Polar provides air cargo capacity to DHL. The company provides Polar with crew, maintenance and insurance for the aircraft. The company and Polar supply administrative, sales and ground support services to one another. Polar provides full flying for DHL’s trans-Pacific express network and DHL provides financial support and also assumes the risks and rewards of the operations of Polar. In addition to its trans-Pacific routes, Polar flies between the Asia Pacific regions, the Middle East and Europe on behalf of DHL and other customers. Polar operates six 747-400 freighter aircraft and four 747-8F aircraft that are subleased from the company. The company operates one additional 747-400 and one additional 747-8F aircraft to support the Polar network and DHL through an alliance agreement whereby the company provides ACMI services to Polar. The company also provides incremental charter capacity to Polar on an ad hoc basis. The company also began CMI flying five 767-200 freighters owned by DHL in their North American network in 2012 and would be expanding this service with four additional 767-200 aircraft during the first quarter of 2015. In addition, the company flies CMI service for two 767-300ERF aircraft owned by DHL in their intra-Asia network. Sales and Marketing The company has regional sales offices in various locations, including the United States, England, Hong Kong and Singapore, which cover the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific regions. These offices market the company’s ACMI, CMI, and Dry Leasing services directly to other airlines and logistics companies. They also market its cargo and passenger Charter services to charter brokers, the U.S. military, freight forwarders, direct shippers and airlines. Governmental Regulation The company and Polar are subject to regulation by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, among other U.S. and foreign government agencies. The company and Polar operate pursuant to the U.S. Transportation Security Administration-approved risk-based security program that adequately maintains the security of all aircraft in the fleet. The company is also subject to the regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding air quality in the United States. The company is also subject to the U.S. and foreign antitrust requirements and international trade restrictions imposed by the U.S. presidential determination and the U.S. government agency regulation, including the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. History Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. was founded in 1992. The company was incorporated in Delaware in 2000.
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