Mongolian acquiring second 737F, planning 767Fs

Startup carrier Mongolian Airways Cargo, which just last month received its first aircraft, a 737-300F (25172, ex-China Postal Airlines), is acquiring its second 737-300F and is expecting to add it into the fleet early next month after maintenance work is completed. The company is also looking at 767 freighters as part of its business plan. […]
  • Jeff Lee
  • August 7, 2019

Cargojet acquires 767-200BDSF

Updated on 7 August to incorporate the maintenance schedule for 21 Air’s two 767-200BDSFs, which are slated to return to service later this fall. In its 2Q earnings release, Canadian specialist carrier Cargojet said that it completed the purchase of a 767-200BDSF, which “is currently under lease to a third party,” Greensboro-based 21 Air. Cargojet […]
  • Caryn Livingston and Charles Kauffman
  • August 7, 2019

YTO eyes widebodies while ATSG eyes new customers in Far East

Chinese express carrier YTO Cargo Airlines is exploring the possibility of adding widebody freighters that can carry 50-60 tonnes, the airline tells Cargo Facts. This would represent a big step for YTO, which currently operates a fleet consisting of seven 737-300Fs and five 757-200Fs. Although YTO said that it still hadn’t reached a decision on which […]
  • Jeff Lee
  • August 6, 2019

ATSG now expects to redeliver six 767-300BDSFs to Amazon, four to UPS in 2019

Today, along with its 2Q19 earnings, Ohio-based Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) revealed plans to accelerate placements of freighter-converted 767-300BDSFs with Amazon from five to six before year-end 2019. ATSG also said it is on track to deliver four freighter-converted 767-300BDSFs to UPS by the end of the year, with the first aircraft to be […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • August 5, 2019

Cargojet nixes plan for additional 767-300Fs, prepares for more 767-200Fs

Canada-based specialist ACMI carrier Cargojet no longer expects to add a thirteenth 767-300F to its freighter fleet by year-end 2019. Plans to convert two 767-200s Cargojet purchased in August 2018 to freighter configuration, however, remain in place. In an April earnings release, the carrier had outlined plans to acquire an additional freighter-converted 767-300 in 2019, […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • August 5, 2019

Cargolux closes JOLCO on another 747F

Luxembourg-based Cargolux has closed a Japanese operating lease with call option (JOLCO) transaction for another 747-400ERF. This is the airline’s third JOLCO, having concluded the first such transaction this January. Under the JOLCO, Cargolux has the option to purchase the aircraft during or at the end of the lease. According to Cargolux, the London Branch of […]
  • Jeff Lee
  • August 5, 2019

For sale on Facebook: Uzbekistan Airways 757s and 767s

In what may seem like a rather unconventional platform on which to trade aircraft, in a move to reduce debt leverage, Uzbekistan Airways has put out a notice on its official Facebook page announcing an upcoming tender for eighteen aircraft aged fifteen-plus years. A pair of 767-300BCFs (28370 and 28392), both less than twenty-three years […]
  • Charles Kauffman
  • August 2, 2019

JAL looks to partnerships for freighter capacity with Kalitta codeshare

US-based Kalitta Air has begun placing a Japan Airlines flight number on three weekly round trips between Chicago (NRT) and Narita (NRT), operated by a 747-400F. That aircraft appears to be unit 26414, a 747-400F Kalitta acquired from Korean Air about a year ago. The service departs ORD every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, and leaves […]
  • Jeff Lee
  • August 2, 2019
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