Eastern Air Cargo
Eastern Air Cargo (EAC), operated by Eastern Airlines (EAL), has brought a fleet of purposefully designed, specialized Boeing 777 Express Freighter (B777 EF) aircraft to the market to meet the rising demand for global air freight services and e-commerce. The B777 is the most successful widebody aircraft ever built and the Express Freighter’s twin-engine range and performance is perfectly suited to meet the unique needs of the e-commerce cargo market. We offer a range of secure and highly flexible air shipping products, which allow a choice of delivery options to best suit your requirements.
Eastern Airlines was originally founded in 1926 and quickly grew to be one of the “Big Four” domestic airlines by 1930, where it remained for several decades. A carrier with a legacy of pioneering new routes, Eastern Airlines has returned to the skies for its next adventures as the first scheduled carrier to be certified in the United States since 2007. On January 12th, 2020, after nearly two decades out of commission, the new and re-imagined Eastern Airlines landed at JFK airport from Guayaquil, Ecuador, heralding a new era for our storied US flag carrier. Today Eastern Airlines operates scheduled service from New York City (JFK) and Miami (MIA) to numerous destinations across South America and the Caribbean with new routes always on our horizon. Eastern Airlines LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eastern Air Holdings Inc., is a U.S. Part 121 Air Carrier operating scheduled and non-scheduled, international and domestic air transportation. In addition to Eastern Airlines, Eastern Air Holdings subsidiaries include FMS LLC a Part 145 repair station providing aircraft maintenance services to a variety of widebody and narrowbody aircraft types including B767 and B777 aircraft and Foxtrot Aero LLC providing P2F STC development and engineering services.