One Air (HC, London Stansted) is looking to add more B747Fs to its fleet, as well as add its first B777-F later this year, the company’s chief operating officer, Christopher Hope, told The Loadstar.

“We are open to potentially more B747 freighters to enter the fleet, but also to add our first B777-F this year. Air One expects the strong demand from China to Europe and the UK to remain, and as the fleet grows, it will support more global charter bookings,” he said.

The carrier, which launched operations in July 2023, currently operates a fleet of two B747-400(BDSF)s, G-ONEE (msn 24998) and G-UNET (msn 25075). Last year, it applied for a US Foreign Air Carrier Permit to launch operations to the United States. In it, the British cargo ACMI/charter specialist said part of its plan was to acquire more modern aircraft (potentially Boeing's B777-F) “when this is sensible for the business.”

One Air wasn't immediately available for added comment on potential arrival dates, and registrations for future aircraft.

One Air is part of a network of aviation companies controlled by Indian citizen Guneet Mirchandani. Other companies under Mirchandani’s umbrella are Aerotranscargo (F5, Chisinau International) and ROMCargo (NJ, Bucharest Henri Coanda).