Titan Airways (ZT, London Stansted) is poised to add its first widebody freighter, an A330-300(P2F), for CMI operations for an undisclosed customer, Cargo Facts has reported.

EI-GTT (msn 713), a 15.6-year-old aircraft owned by Stratos, was ferried after conversion by Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) from Dresden to Châteauroux on July 11, 2021, still in the livery of the former operator AirAsia X. Once repainted and re-registered in the UK, it will become G-EODS.

Titan Airways declined to comment concerning the aircraft's future operations, although DHL Express explicitly said it would not be operated on its behalf. The airline has yet to add the type to its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) as of July 13.

The airline does not currently operate any widebody aircraft in either passenger or freighter configuration. Its fleet comprises two A320-200s, four A321-200s, two A321-200(P2F)s, two A321-200NX(LR)s, two B737-400(SF)s, and two B757-200s. Its only ever widebody, a B767-300(ER), was retired in May 2020, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.