Cargojet grows 767-300F fleet with purchase

Canada-based Cargojet Airways will add to its fleet a freighter-converted 767-300F later this year. This will take the total number of 767-300Fs in Cargojet’s fleet to thirteen. According to Cargojet management’s discussion of the carrier’s fourth-quarter results, released yesterday, the company purchased the 767-300 (24083, ex-Air Canada) and two spare engines in October 2019. The […]

CF EMEA: Intra-Europe widebody freighter operations

FRANKFURT — The increasing congestion at major European airports and growing express volumes may not be enough to push carriers to upgauge freighters utilized for intra-European routes, according to UPS. During the third session at Cargo Facts EMEA 2020 earlier this month, Jens Poggensee, vice president of transportation procurement for small parcels by air, and […]

Boeing delivers first 767-300F at higher production rate

On Monday, Boeing delivered a 767-300F (63114) to FedEx [FAT 005327] While the aircraft represents one of many recent deliveries for the express giant, this was Boeing’s first 767 delivery at the increased production rate of three units per month. The 767 is currently a bright spot across Boeing’s product portfolio. Apart from plans to […]

CF EMEA: ATSG throttles ahead with 767 conversions

FRANKFURT — U.S.-based lessor Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) has acquired a trio of ex-LATAM 767-300ERs for use as conversion feedstock. Two of the aircraft (29228 and 29229) are already in conversion at IAI’s facility in Tel Aviv (TLV). Cargo Facts caught up with Mike Berger, chief commercial officer of CAM’s parent company ATSG, at Cargo […]

Production freighter orders in 2019 – 747 nowhere to be seen

Given that 2018 was such a stellar year for freighter orders, with eighty-three aircraft ordered, 2019 was perhaps always going to pale in comparison. Still, the year ended with a respectable twenty-eight production jet freighter aircraft being added to the order books. The orders for these twenty-eight aircraft, consisting of seventeen 777Fs and eleven 767-300Fs, […]

FedEx retires last A310-300F

Over the weekend, FedEx completed its final revenue flight utilizing an A310-300F. After completing a routine round-trip flight between Sioux Falls (FSD) and FedEx’s Memphis (MEM) hub on the morning of Jan. 4, the express company bid farewell to the final operating A310-300F (439) in its fleet.  This was the third A310-300F FedEx has retired since Christmas. Until recently, FedEx had operated the trio of A310-300Fs in scheduled service. […]
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