Amerijet secures 767 ETOPs, targets trans-Atlantic lane

On March 12, U.S.-based Amerijet International secured extended-range twin-engine operations, or ETOPS, approval that increases the maximum diversion time for its 767F fleet to 180 minutes. The FAA rating defines how much flying time an aircraft can be from an alternate airport and, in Amerijet’s case, will enable fewer stopovers and more direct flight paths […]

As main-deck demand surges, 747Fs remain in storage

While the passenger airline business suffers from capacity cuts on an unprecedented scale due to the coronavirus pandemic, freighter operators are experiencing a surge in demand and charter activity as less and less belly capacity becomes available. However, no parked freighters appear to have been removed from storage and brought back into service so far. […]

EFW begins converting young A330 for DHL

The youngest A330 to be sent for conversion arrived at the Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) facility in Dresden (DRS) on March 10. The A330-300 (1124) previously in service with Hong Kong Airlines, is just under ten years old. EFW confirmed to Cargo Facts the aircraft has been inducted for conversion into freighter configuration [FAT 005354], and […]

Attending our conferences with flexibility and care

At Royal Media, Cargo Facts‘s publisher, we take great pride in the value of our exceptional industry conferences and the effort we put into their production. We rightly view our more than a dozen annual conferences as crucial opportunities for business development in our industries. Equally, we are greatly focused on the health, safety and […]

KAP.KG looks to launch operations with single freighter

Kyrgyzstan-based startup Kyrgyz Airlines Plus (KAP.KG) is aiming to launch freighter operations with an A300B4-200F this spring, according to Russian aviation website ATO.ru. The carrier, established toward the end of 2019, acquired its single, thirty-eight-year-old A300B4-200F (183) from Georgia-based Geo Fly Airways and ferried it to Bishkek (FRU) in November. However, according to ATO.ru, local […]

ANA Cargo hands over third 767-300BCF to CAM

Japan-based ANA Cargo transferred a 767-300BCF (24400) to Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), the leasing arm of ATSG. The aircraft was ferried from Tokyo (HND) to Wilmington (ILN) via Anchorage (ANC), arriving March 2 [FAT 005098]. This is the third 767-300BCF ANA Cargo sold to CAM as part of an August 2019 agreement. Following conformity, the aircraft […]

As fleet surpasses 100, ATSG may slow acquisitions

Air Transport Services Group’s in-service fleet increased by 63% from 60 units to 98, during the three-year period between Dec. 31, 2016, and Dec. 2019. Indefinite growth at this tempo is not, however, guaranteed. During the company’s 4Q19 earnings call, the company's President Rich Corrado told analysts that if the market slows, ATSG could prioritize […]

Air Cargo Global idles operations

Slovakia-headquartered Air Cargo Global has yet to operate a single flight in 2020, and recently dismissed workers at its main European hub at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HHN), according to Airliners.de. On Dec. 30, 2019, the carrier operated its last flight from Tel Aviv (TLV) to Liege (LGG), where two of the carrier’s 747-400BDSFs remain. ACG’s […]
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