Titan Airways (ZT, London Stansted) has ended B737-400 passenger operations after its only aircraft of the type, G-POWS (msn 25853), was sent off for P2F conversion. According to Skyliner Aviation, the near 26-year-old twinjet was ferried to Dothan this past weekend.

Titan Airways' cargo operations currently entail one B737-400(SF) while its passenger operations entail one A318-100, two A320-200s, three A321-200s, one B737-300(QC), two B757-200s, and one B767-300(ER). Its more recent ACMI/charter clients include Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Jet2, and easyJet.