World Airways to Operate Two MD-11 Freighters for Arrow Cargo

April 21, 2009

Agreement Adds Second World Airways Cargo Aircraft through December 2009

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (April 21, 2009) – World Airways, a subsidiary of Global Aviation Holdings, Inc., has signed an agreement with Arrow Cargo to operate two MD-11F aircraft on a full-time basis for air cargo service between Miami, Central America and South America. World is already operating one aircraft for Arrow Cargo, with the second to operate from July through December 2009.

Arrow Air, which provides comprehensive cargo logistics services under the name Arrow Cargo, is the largest U.S. registered air cargo carrier based at Miami International Airport. The company provides scheduled air cargo logistics services to and from, and between the United States, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Arrow operates nine cargo aircraft and serves more than 3,500 customers worldwide.

“Arrow Cargo is committed to providing the highest level of service available in the heavy freight logistics industry, and that is why Arrow Cargo looks to World when it needs additional lift,” said Jeff Sanborn, chief marketing officer for Global Aviation Holdings, Inc. “World Airways is pleased to be providing customized air transport to supplement Arrow Cargo freight business for the remainder of 2009.”

World Airways, a subsidiary of Global Aviation Holdings, Inc., is a U.S.-certificated air carrier providing customized transportation services for major international passenger and cargo carriers, international freight forwarders, the United States military and international leisure tour operators. Founded in 1948, World Airways operates a fleet of wide-body aircraft to meet the specialized needs of its customers. For more information, go to

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