DHL to add three 767Fs with IAI conversion order

DHL Express will grow its owned fleet with three more 767-300Fs, under a new conversion deal with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), and also has the option to convert another 767 with IAI [FATs 005471-005473]. IAI told Cargo Facts the aircraft will be converted at the Mexicana MRO Services facility in Mexico City (MEX), and expects the […]

IAI redelivers two 767-300BDSFs to CAM

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has redelivered two freshly converted 767-300BDSFs to Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), the leasing arm of ATSG, after another 767-300 (29429, ex-American), arrived May 28 at IAI’s facility in Tel Aviv (TLV) to undergo conversion into freighter configuration [FATs 005443-005446]. The first of the two freighters (29229, ex-LATAM), which arrived at TLV in August […]

Pax freighters: There go the seats

Air cargo capacity was first to go, and seats are now following. At least twenty-two carriers have now removed seats on at least sixty-six passenger aircraft in order to create additional space for cargo carriage. As of May 14, Cargo Facts has recorded more than 1,300 passenger aircraft that have been operated in cargo-only service, […]

Cargojet takes second owned 767-200BDSF

Canada-based Cargojet Airways has taken redelivery of a 767-200BDSF (30430, ex-UTair) that was converted into freighter configuration by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) [FAT 005376]. Unit 30430 is the second 767-200BDSF owned by the carrier. The aircraft was ferried to Hamilton (YHM) on April 5 from the IAI facility in Tel Aviv (TLV), where it had arrived […]

AA to retire dozens of 737s, releasing more feedstock

American Airlines is reportedly planning to retire seventy-six 737-800s, nine A330-300s and twenty E190s in light of the COVID-19 crisis, making a large batch of potential conversion feedstock available. American Airlines President Robert Isom shared the plans during a video session with employees during the weekend, according to Reuters. Although no precise timeline for the […]

AA accelerates fleet retirements, frees up feedstock

American Airlines’ plans to accelerate the retirement of its older aircraft in light of the sharp drop in passenger traffic due to the COVID-19 pandemic will result in a feedstock situation that could be attractive for those looking to add 757 freighters. Apart from cutting much of its international traffic, Doug Parker, CEO of American […]
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