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Ram Air Freight

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REX  RAM EXPRESS
Founded  1982
Fleet size  30
Destinations  37
Ceased operations  2012
Website  http://www.ramairfreight.com/
Headquarters  Morrisville, North Carolina, United States
Operating bases  Raleigh–Durham International Airport, Concord Regional Airport

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Ram Air Freight was a cargo airline based in Morrisville, North Carolina, United States. It specialized in prompt freight transportation. The airline had its main base at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. It ceased operations on March 2, 2012.

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History

Ram Air Freight was established in 1982 with a fleet of Grumman Cheetah. It ceased operations on March 2, 2012.

Destinations

The airline flies to 37 destinations across the Mid-Atlantic and South United States.

Alabama
  • Birmingham (Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport)
  • Mobile (Mobile Downtown Airport)
  • Georgia
  • Atlanta (DeKalb-Peachtree Airport)
  • Atlanta (Fulton County Airport)
  • Gainesville (Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport)
  • Macon (Middle Georgia Regional Airport)
  • Savannah (Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport)
  • Kentucky
  • Lexington (Blue Grass Airport)
  • Louisville (Bowman Field)
  • Maryland
  • Baltimore (Martin State Airport)
  • North Carolina
  • Asheville (Asheville Regional Airport)
  • Charlotte (Charlotte/Douglas International Airport)
  • Concord (Concord Regional Airport)
  • Elizabeth City (Elizabeth City Regional Airport)
  • Fayetteville (Fayetteville Regional Airport)
  • Greenville (Pitt-Greenville Airport)
  • Hatteras (Billy Mitchell Airport)
  • Jacksonville (Albert J. Ellis Airport)
  • Kinston (Kinston Regional Jetport)
  • Lumberton (Lumberton Municipal Airport)
  • Manteo (Dare County Regional Airport)
  • New Bern (Coastal Carolina Regional Airport)
  • Raleigh (Raleigh-Durham International Airport) Main Base
  • Rocky Mount (Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport)
  • Southern Pines (Moore County Airport)
  • Wilmington (Wilmington International Airport)
  • South Carolina
  • Beaufort (Beaufort County Airport)
  • Columbia (Columbia Metropolitan Airport)
  • Hilton Head (Hilton Head Airport)
  • Myrtle Beach (Myrtle Beach International Airport)
  • Virginia
  • Abingdon (Virginia Highlands Airport)
  • Newport News (Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport)
  • Norfolk (Norfolk International Airport)
  • Richmond (Hanover County Municipal Airport)
  • Richmond (Richmond International Airport)
  • Roanoke (Roanoke Regional Airport)
  • West Virginia
  • Charleston (Yeager Airport)
  • Fleet

    Ram Air Freight operated about 30 aircraft of two types:

  • Piper PA-34 Seneca
  • Piper PA-32R
  • References

    Ram Air Freight Wikipedia


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