Passengers on Titan’s fleet of 12 charter Airbus and Boeing aircraft have included Premier League football teams, rock groups and government agencies. It also provides planes to other airlines at short notice and has at least two aircraft on standby at Stansted, ready to launch within an hour. Operating services for European carriers, such as Aer Lingus, and the Fifa World Cup trophy tour helped overseas sales hit £29.6m last year. In 2017, Alastair Willson, 32, took over as managing director from his father Gene Willson, 68, now chairman, who founded the business in 1988.
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