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First 777F for Korean Air Cargo

First 777F for Korean Air Cargo

Photos+Videos January 9, 2012 at 3:49 pm

The First 777 Freighter for Korean Air Cargo isn’t painted yet, but should fly for the first time this week. HL8251 (msn: 37639) is the first of five 777Fs that were part of a large order Korean Air placed with Boeing at the tail end of 2006, which included 777-300ER,Read More

777F Number Three for TNT

777F Number Three for TNT

Photos+Videos November 21, 2011 at 3:38 pm

November is a gray, dreary month in the Pacific Northwest, but sometimes there are days where the clouds lift and leave you with bright, but cold, conditions. On Saturday Cargo Facts was on hand for the third flight of TNT’s latest 777F, OO-TSC (msn: 37138) – just a 30 minuteRead More

Sixth 777LRF for China Cargo Airlines

Sixth 777LRF for China Cargo Airlines

Photos+Videos July 25, 2011 at 3:05 pm

China Cargo Airlines took delivery of their first of six 777LRFs back in February of 2010, and is now operating five of the new freighters, with the latest delivered just last month. Cargo Facts spied the sixth and (thus far) final aircraft for “Cargo King” returning from its first flight,Read More

Painting TNT’s 777 Freighter

Painting TNT’s 777 Freighter

Photos+Videos July 25, 2011 at 9:44 am

Short time-lapse video of TNT’s first 777F being painted. The freighter was delivered on 22 July. TNT is leasing it from Guggenheim Aviation Partners.

Emirates SkyCargo A6-EFD

Emirates SkyCargo A6-EFD

Photos+Videos May 25, 2011 at 2:51 pm

Emirates SkyCargo is currently operating two 777 freighters, but has orders for six more. Adding the 777F to the fleet was a natural choice for the Dubai giant – it is the world’s largest 777 operator, with more than eighty of the various types of 777 in service. In fact,Read More

Thai Cargo 777F

Thai Cargo 777F

Photos+Videos November 18, 2010 at 1:20 pm

It’s Amsterdam again, and we’re seeing N775SA (msn: 37987) heading out for parts unknown. Contributor Yves Hameleers captured the moment. The 777F hasn’t been around long but it is already in service with a variety of carriers – but the two currently operating in Thai Cargo colors are unique inRead More