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European express traffic growth will accelerate, Cargo Facts Consulting finds

While we foresee a deceleration of express shipment growth in both international and US domestic express markets, our latest Air Express Market Outlook 2020-24 predicts an acceleration of Express traffic at major European Cargo hubs over the next five years. While outbound express tonnage growth at Leipzig, Liege, Cologne, Paris, East Midlands, and Brussels between […]

Will sustainability and faster deliveries kill express profits?

We are observing two simultaneous revolutions in customer behavior: consumers are getting used to have everything delivered within hours of placing an order and at the same time, people are demanding higher environmental awareness from their preferred brands. Buyers are now more inclined to make a purchase based on a brand’s values and any negative […]

Widebody freighter aircraft transactions surge in October 2019

Of the 73 transactions Cargo Facts recorded in October 2019, 46 involved widebody freighters. Although 30 of those transactions included orders and options related to lessor GECAS’ launch order for IAI’s 777-300ERSF, widebody freighter deliveries and placements also accelerated during the period, perhaps unsurprisingly ahead of peak season.    A total of four 777Fs were delivered during the period – two to Qatar […]

UPS adds second leased 767-300BDSF

Atlanta-based UPS has received its second 767-300BDSF (28039, ex-Air Italy), on lease from Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), the leasing division of Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) [FAT 005159]. This is also the third freighter-converted 767-300F to be dry-leased to UPS from CAM. Unit 28039 was converted by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) in Tel Aviv (TLV) and […]

As Triumph idles 747 component production will Boeing follow?

The sole manufacturer of fuselage sections for Boeing’s 747 program, Triumph Group, has begun parting out its California factory and yesterday began auctioning off equipment. The company has built 747 fuselages for Boeing since the aircraft was launched in 1966. Boeing currently only has eighteen 747s left on firm order. All of them are -8Fs, […]

CAM receives second ex-ANA 767BCF to be placed with UPS

Air Transport Services Group’s (ATSG) leasing arm Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) has taken redelivery of the second 767-300BCF (24632) it acquired from Japanese carrier ANA Cargo and plans to lease to Atlanta-based UPS. The aircraft was ferried from Tokyo (HND) to Wilmington (ILN) via Anchorage (ANC), arriving on the morning of Nov. 15. Unit 24632, which […]
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