Atlas carried the weight of the world; Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW) carries the freight of the world. The company leases cargo planes to customers, mainly airlines, under long-term ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance, and insurance) contracts. The segment accounts for about 40%of AAWW’s revenue. All told, the company maintains a fleet of more than 20 Boeing 747 freighters. AAWW also offers dry leasing (aircraft and engines only) via its Titan division. Affiliates Atlas Air and 51% owned Polar Air Cargo provide charter services to charter brokers, freight forwarders, airlines, and the US military (referred to as AMC) which accounts for nearly 30% of sales.
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings
2000 Westchester Ave, Purchase, NY 10577
CategoryShipping & Logistics
Our environmental, social and governance (ESG) journey began with our founding in 1992 and is rooted in our core values, including our unyielding commitment to care for each other, our planet and our communities. We believe long-term growth and success are achieved by sustaining and protecting our natural resources, empowering our employees and business partners, and demonstrating transparency and accountability. As such, we have identified what is paramount to our stakeholders, as expressed in our 13 material topics, and aligned them to our overarching priorities. Environmental Stewardship – Understanding where and how we can reduce our environmental impact is a priority embraced across our organization. People IconCareer, Culture & Equity for Our People – There is no greater asset than our people. We have built a culture that embraces both openness and collaboration by striving to ensure safety, professional development and equity for all employees. Social Impact & Community Engagement- Our commitment of “caring for the world we carry” conveys our dedication to the places where our business takes us. Growing our business means looking beyond the bottom line with practices that ensure integrity, compliance and the protection of data. Our ESG vision, priorities and management approach are formalized through our defined material topics, which inform our ESG strategy and policy. The ESG priorities we have identified are important to our business as well as our stakeholders and are issues on which we believe we can have a meaningful impact in a cost-effective and efficient manner.