Our Fleet

SDG Airlines is pleased to offer our customers the utmost service, technology, and innovation. Our ever-growing and ever-changing fleet reflect our commitment to our customers and our desire to be at the forefront of the aviation industry.

The planes are equipped with the semi-automatic Cargo Loading System (CLS), an electrically powered system that allows ULDs to be carried in the aircraft. The main goal is to reduce manpower and loading/unloading time.


ATR 72-600F

This aircraft model was developed by extending the fuselage of the ATR 42 in order to respond to the growing demand from operators for higher-capacity regional aircraft.

EQUIPMENTS ULDs for ATR 72-600F

LD-3

  • ATA ULD code: AKE contoured container

  • Prefixes:AKE, AVA, AVB, AVC, AVK, DVA, DVE, DVP, XKS, XKG, and forkable AKN, AVN, DKN, DVN, and XKN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower deck container with one angled side. Door is either canvas or solid.

  • Door opening: 58 x 61 in (147 x 155 cm)

  • Loadability: A300, A310, A330, A340, 747, 767, 777, DC-10, MD-11, and L-1011

  • Maximum gross weight: 3,500 lb (1,588 Kg)

  • Tare weight: 181 lb (82 kg)

  • AS1825 volume: 159 ft3 (4.5 m3)

LD-3 Reefer

  • IATA ULD code: RKN contoured cool container

  • Prefixes: RVN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower hold insulated container with one angled end. Door is solid. Most examples are forkable.

  • Door opening: 54 x 55-in

  • Maximum gross weight: 1,588 Kg (3,500 lb)

  • Tare weight: 210 kg (463 lb)

  • AS1825 volume: 4.5 m3 (159 ft3) plus internal volume (as is)

Pallet 88x108

  • IATA ULD code: PBP

  • Size 88" x 108"

  • MGW 5,897 kg / 13.000 lbs

  • Tare weight

    • 4.0 mm sheet 80 kg / 176 lbs

    • 3.5 mm sheet 76 kg / 166 lbs

    • 3.0 mm sheet 69 kg / 152 lbs

Pallet 88x62

  • IATA ULD code: PBP

  • Size 88" x 62"

  • MGW 2.948 kg / 6.750 lbs

  • Tare weight

    • 4.0 mm sheet 40 kg / 88 lbs

    • 3.5 mm sheet 38 kg / 83 lbs

    • 3.0 mm sheet 34,5 kg / 76 lbs

The planes are equipped with the semi-automatic Cargo Loading System (CLS), an electrically powered system that allows ULDs to be carried in the aircraft. The main goal is to reduce manpower and loading/unloading time.


Airbus A321P2f

The A321P2F provides a payload capability of up to 27t. It offers up to 14 full container positions on the main deck, plus the unique A320 family container (up to 10 container positions) and pallet loading capability on the lower deck.

EQUIPMENTS ULDs for A321PsF

LD-3

  • ATA ULD code: AKE contoured container

  • Prefixes:AKE, AVA, AVB, AVC, AVK, DVA, DVE, DVP, XKS, XKG, and forkable AKN, AVN, DKN, DVN, and XKN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower deck container with one angled side. Door is either canvas or solid.

  • Door opening: 58 x 61 in (147 x 155 cm)

  • Loadability: A300, A310, A330, A340, 747, 767, 777, DC-10, MD-11, and L-1011

  • Maximum gross weight: 3,500 lb (1,588 Kg)

  • Tare weight: 181 lb (82 kg)

  • AS1825 volume: 159 ft3 (4.5 m3)

LD-3 Reefer

  • IATA ULD code: RKN contoured cool container

  • Prefixes: RVN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower hold insulated container with one angled end. Door is solid. Most examples are forkable.

  • Door opening: 54 x 55-in

  • Maximum gross weight: 1,588 Kg (3,500 lb)

  • Tare weight: 210 kg (463 lb)

  • AS1825 volume: 4.5 m3 (159 ft3) plus internal volume (as is)

Pallet 88x125

  • IATA: PAG/PAJ

  • Size: 88" x 125"

  • MGW: 6,804 kg / 15,000 lbs

  • Tare weight:

    • 4.0 mm sheet 93 kg / 205 lbs

    • 3.5 mm sheet 86 kg / 190 lbs

    • 3.0 mm sheet 79 kg / 174 lbs

Pallet 88x62

  • IATA ULD code: PBP

  • Size 88" x 62"

  • MGW 2.948 kg / 6.750 lbs

  • Tare weight

    • 4.0 mm sheet 40 kg / 88 lbs

    • 3.5 mm sheet 38 kg / 83 lbs

    • 3.0 mm sheet 34,5 kg / 76 lbs

Container AAY/AAA

  • IATA: AAY

  • NAS3610 class: 2A2C

  • Base size: 2235 x 3175 mm 88 x 125 in

  • Height : 2083 mm 82 in

  • Roof length N/A N/A

  • Max. gross weight: 6033 kg 13300 lb

  • Internal volume: 12.22 cu m 438 cu ft

  • External volume: 12.5 cu m 441 cu ft

  • Door opening 3024 x 1983 mm 119 x 78 in

  • Tare weight from 230 kg 507 lb

The planes are equipped with the semi-automatic Cargo Loading System (CLS), an electrically powered system that allows ULDs to be carried in the aircraft. The main goal is to reduce manpower and loading/unloading time.

Airbus 350F

The A350F leverages all the benefits of the A350 to help large widebody freight operators make a clean start towards a more sustainable and profitable future.

The A350 Family benefits from cutting-edge aerodynamics, optimised from nose-to-tail and wingtip-to-wingtip, and A350F brings latest-generation efficiency and choice to the large freighter market.

The A350F is lighter than competitors thanks to its composite airframe, the structure uses over 70% advanced materials such as composites, titanium and modern aluminium alloys to create a lighter and more cost-efficient aircraft, while increasing resistance to corrosion and reducing maintenance requirements.

EQUIPMENTS ULDs for A350F

LD-3

  • ATA ULD code: AKE contoured container

  • Prefixes:AKE, AVA, AVB, AVC, AVK, DVA, DVE, DVP, XKS, XKG, and forkable AKN, AVN, DKN, DVN, and XKN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower deck container with one angled side. Door is either canvas or solid.

  • Door opening: 58 x 61 in (147 x 155 cm)

  • Loadability: A300, A310, A330, A340, 747, 767, 777, DC-10, MD-11, and L-1011

  • Maximum gross weight: 3,500 lb (1,588 Kg)

  • Tare weight: 181 lb (82 kg)

  • AS1825 volume: 159 ft3 (4.5 m3)

LD-3 Reefer

  • IATA ULD code: RKN contoured cool container

  • Prefixes: RVN

  • Rate class: Type 8

  • Description: Half-width lower hold insulated container with one angled end. Door is solid. Most examples are forkable.

  • Door opening: 54 x 55-in

  • Maximum gross weight: 1,588 Kg (3,500 lb)

  • Tare weight: 210 kg (463 lb)

  • AS1825 volume: 4.5 m3 (159 ft3) plus internal volume (as is)

Pallet 88x125

  • IATA: PAG/PAJ

  • Size: 88" x 125"

  • MGW: 6,804 kg / 15,000 lbs

  • Tare weight:

    • 4.0 mm sheet 93 kg / 205 lbs

    • 3.5 mm sheet 86 kg / 190 lbs

    • 3.0 mm sheet 79 kg / 174 lbs

Pallet 96x125

  • IATA ULD code: PMC Q6

  • Universal general-purpose flat pallet for lower

  • holds and main decks.

  • Tare weight: 120 kg (265 lb)

  • Volume: H 243.8 cm (96 in), 17.0 m3 (600 ft3)

AMA rectangular container on P6P base

  • IATA ULD code: AMA rectangular container on P6P base

  • Main-deck container. Door is canvas with built-in net door straps.

  • Maximum gross weight: 6,804 kg (15,000 lb)

  • Tare weight: 350 kg (772 lb),

AMF Container

  • Type: AMF CONTAINER

  • Internal Volume: 516 cu. ft. 14.6 mc

  • Weight Limitation Inc. ULD Tare Weight: 5,035 kg

AMD Container

  • IATA ULD code: AMD contoured

  • Prefixes: AQD, AMD

  • Rate class: Type 2H

  • Description: Main-deck upper contoured container. Door is canvas with built-in net door straps.

  • Maximum gross weight:6,800 kg (14,491 lb)

  • AS1825 volume:21.2 m3 (750 ft3)

Natilus 60T

Aircraft is being tested as part of the "New limits for air freight" european project. Not used for commercial operations at the moment. SDG Airlines Sandbox.

A new vision for air freight

Natilus is revolutionizing the 75-year-old status quo of freight transportation through innovation and advanced technologies, to make air freight costs competitive to cargo shipping and dramatically improve delivery times.

Natilus has designed and developed a blended-wing, autonomous global air freight system that can offer services at a fraction of the cost of today’s transport, while reducing negative impacts on our environment.

Maximum Efficiency

Whether it’s a short-hop or intercontinental transport, the fleet of Natilus vehicles will transport more cargo with a more aerodynamic profile to make the entire solution a less costly system to operate, with 50% less CO2.

60% More Volume

With a patent-pending ‘Diamond’ cargo-bay, Natilus offers an efficient blended wing body configuration that allows for 60% more volume. Designed around cargo, the aircraft can hold a large configuration of standard pallets, outsized cargo, and without a contouring requirement. All with a remote pilot watching over.

Existing Infrastructure

Natilus aircraft use the existing ground infrastructure, and standard air cargo containers making Natilus products a turnkey solution.

'Fly-by-Mouse' Autopilot

Pilot shortages stagnate airline growth, leading to serious bottlenecks in our global supply chain. Natilus FAA certifiable autopilot allows air freight operators to scale with Natilus products.

Hyzon Class 8 Freightliner

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OLIVIA

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NANNERL MOZART

“Virtuosic.” “A prodigy.” “Genius.” These words were written in the 1760s about Mozart—Maria Anna Mozart. When she toured Europe as a pianist, young Maria Anna wowed audiences in Munich, Vienna, Paris, London, the Hague, Germany and Switzerland. “My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have … with incredible precision and so excellently,” her father, Leopold, wrote in a letter in 1764.

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ALONDRA PARRA

Conductor Alondra de la Parra has gained widespread attention for her spellbinding and vibrant performances, making her one of the most compelling conductors of her generation. She holds the distinction of being the first Mexican woman to conduct in New York City, and is an official Cultural Ambassador of Mexico.



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FRANCESCA CACCINI

Francesca Caccini, one of the most important composers in history, was born in Medici Italy in 1587. She was one of the first to compose operas when opera was still in its infancy. Her father, who was also a composer, taught her the art of music.




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BARBARA STROZZI

Barbara was an Italian singer and composer born in 1619. She specialized in cantatas, which were appearing as well as opera. The cantata is a piece of music in which we can hear one or more solo voices with musical accompaniment, i.e. a song as we know it today.



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LILI BOULANGER

Almost a century after Fanny Mendelssohn was born, Lili Boulanger was born in Paris in 1893. Lili was born into a musical family, even her older sister, Nadia, broke stereotypes at the conservatory, achieving what no woman had ever achieved before.



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AMY BEACH s

One of the most renowned female composers, Amy Beach was born in 1867 in the United States. Amy composed and published the first symphony written by an American woman. She was also a concert pianist, both in the United States and in Germany.


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TERESA CARREÑO

The composer, pianist, conductor, and singer Teresa Carreño was born in Venezuela in 1853. Her family gave her her first music lessons. In 1862 Teresa's family moved to New York. At the age of 8, she began her concert career, performing in numerous cities in the United States, even playing for President Abraham Lincoln.

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Shortly before Marianne Martines died, Fanny Mendelssohn was born in Germany in 1805. The elder sister of Felix Mendelssohn, both children enjoyed music from an early age. Fanny wrote over 460 pieces of music, mostly for piano. Although her husband supported her dedication to composition, she published very little music, as both her father and brother believed that a woman should not publish music

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FLORENCE BEATRICE PRICE

Florence Price (1883-1953) was the first African-American woman whose music was performed by major symphony orchestras. In 1933 the famous Chicago Symphony performed her 'Symphony in E minor' at the World's Fair. She also composed over 50 songs which were sung by the great Marian Anderson.

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MARIANNE VON MARTINEZ

Marianne von Martinez was born in Vienna in 1744. She was a contemporary of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, and her works were premiered at the same time as those of her contemporaries. She took piano lessons from Joseph Haydn and singing lessons from Nicola Porpora, Haydn's teacher

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