State owned Uganda Air Cargo Corporation (UACC), is seeking to acquire an A330F and a mid-life 777 as part of a US$266 million resuscitation plan that will also see the purchase of 737 Combi and a 737-800 in the near term. The funds will be spent over five financial...
Widebody aircraft are not popular at the moment. Pandemic shutdowns and shutouts limit international air service. Aircraft that are flagships these days are not the busiest and flashiest. Amidst this dismal situation, we see that at Airbus the A350 gets the most...
An announcement was expected already some time ago, but Airbus’ Orders and Deliveries overview over March 2022 finally confirms that AirAsia X has canceled most of its huge order for the A330-900. The ultra-low-cost airline retains just fifteen in the order book...
The Airbus A330P2F has won another contract. Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has confirmed a previously announced commitment with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) to convert up to 29 A330-300s into freighters. ATSG, the world’s largest lessor of freighters, will lease...
The Mexican freighter airline MasAir is Airbus’ launch customer of the A330-200P2F (passenger-to-freighter) in the Americas, it was announced today. For MasAir, the country’s largest freighter airline, the reception of the converted aircraft represents a milestone...
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