Airfreight policy discussions

Launch a new report on the value of Airfreight services to the UK economy. 24 Oct ’18.

Our MD David Connor attended the policy discussion on behalf of Airlines UK to launch a new report on the value of Airfreight services to the UK economy.

Held in the Thatcher room at Portcullis House, London. Hosted by Sir Graham Brady, the conclusions of the report were presented with guest speakers the Chair of the Transport Select Committee Lillian Greenwood MP and representatives from across the airfreight and airports sector.

Fleet additions keep busy through Europe…

Since entering service at the end of 2016, RVL Group’s most recent fleet additions have been busy transporting freight on behalf of several clients through Europe, visiting over 30 airports across 12 different countries. If you would like to know more about how our services can assist with your supply chain or distribution network, then please contact our Group Operations Director, David Connor:


First of 3 enters service…

Cessna Reims F406, registration G-RVLX is now ready for charter following the completion of its equalising check and Certificate of Airworthiness inspection. Capable of transporting industry standard pallets with a payload of up to 1.5 tonnes, it is perfectly suited to go now AOG and ad-hoc charters.

G-RVLY and G-RVLW are close behind and are expected to complete the same process during the first week in November.


RVL Group reach important milestone in their 737-400 spray system project

RVL Group, in collaboration with Waypoint Aeronautical, have reached an important milestone in the development of their next generation Oil Dispersant Spray System having now completed initial trials in their quest to receive a Supplement Type Certificate (STC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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RVL Group adds 3 Cessna F406 aircraft to its growing charter fleet

RVL Group is pleased to announce that it has recently added three turbine powered Cessna F406 freighters to its fleet.

The three additional aircraft are now undergoing maintenance work prior to being added to our AOC from early September.

The aircraft, which can carry freight and passengers, are equipped with cargo baggage pods and are capable of up to 1.5t total payload. The new arrivals will be utilised on our existing portfolio of long term contracts as well as being made available to the ad hoc charter market.