Some two years from now, she is expected to enter service, but metal cutting for the first Airbus A350F has started recently. The first parts to be produced are for the Centre Wing Box (CWB), which is the heart of the aircraft, Airbus reported this week. Machining of...
Air France-KLM has placed an order for four Airbus A350Fs for its Dutch cargo subsidiaries Martinair and KLM Cargo. The aircraft will replace four aging Boeing 747-400Fs in the second half of 2026, the airline announced. Replacement of the 747s has been expected for...
Boeing has finalized another order for the 777-8F freighter. It has confirmed an order from Silk Way West Airlines for two aircraft plus two options for delivery in 2029 and 2030. Silk Way West first airline to order both the 777-8F and A350F. The order was previously...
Etihad Airways is set to become the next customer for the new Airbus A350F. The airline has signed a Letter of Intent for seven aircraft on the second day of the Singapore Airshow. Day 2 Singapore Airshow: Etihad to re-introduce full freighters with A350F LoI. The LoI...
On the second day of the Singapore Airshow, more orders continue to pour in. Today, Singapore Airlines (SIA) finalised the purchase agreement for seven A350F freighter aircraft. The order was signed at the Singapore Airshow by SIA CEO Goh Choong Phong, and Airbus...
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