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Air Cargo Carriers
IATA ICAO Callsign
2Q SNC NIGHT CARGO
Founded1986
Hubs
Fleet size29
HeadquartersMilwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Websitehttp://www.aircargocarriers.com/

Air Cargo Carriers is a cargo airline based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. ACC was established in 1986 and operates contract feeder cargo services for UPS, FedEx and DHL, additionally providing on demand charter service. Air Cargo Carriers, Inc. is the largest civilian operator of Short aircraft in the world. Its main base of operations is Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, in Milwaukee.

Routes

Air Cargo Carriers operates throughout the US, Canada, and the Caribbean. The scheduled routes include:[1]

History

A brief history:[2]

Fleet

The Air Cargo Carriers fleet includes the following aircraft (as of June 2019):[5]

Aircraft Quantity in fleet
Short 360 25
Short 330 1
Cessna 208 Caravan 3

Incidents

References

  1. ^ "Air Cargo Carriers Scheduled Routes".
  2. ^ "ACC Timeline".
  3. ^ Milwaukee Avionics & Instruments
  4. ^ "Dubai to Pakistan Cargo".
  5. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 54.
  6. ^ "2 dead in cargo plane crash in West Virginia". ABC News. 2017-05-05. Retrieved 2017-05-05.