As Covid-19 began to spread around the world, Titan Airways ran repatriation flights for stranded UK citizens and flew medical staff and supplies to the British overseas territory of St Helena. In 2019, it operated 8,959 flights and carried more than a million passengers; sales were £114.2m. The charter airline, based at Stansted airport, is led by managing director Alastair Willson, 34, who is the son of co-founder Gene Willson, 69.
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