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

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

767-300BCF for Uzbekistan Airways

Uzbekistan Airways took redelivery of the first of two 767‑300BCFs (28370, from its own fleet) it ordered from Boeing. The conversion was done at ST Aerospace’s Seletar facility. The second unit (28392, also from Uzbekistan’s fleet) is in conversion now with redelivery expected before year-end. Uzbekistan Airways currently operates two A300-600Fs, but said when it […]
  • David Harris
  • November 11, 2014

The changing freighter fleet

It’s been a busy month for freighter aircraft transactions. Regular visitors to this site will have seen a steady stream of reports chronicling the resurgence in demand for medium widebody freighters. Amerijet International, Cargojet, Star Air, and Uzbekistan Airways have all ordered or acquired freighter-converted 767-300s. And while there have been no recent orders for […]
  • David Harris
  • June 9, 2014