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...
In her days as a factory-build aircraft, the Airbus A330 Freighter was never a success. But there seems a bright future for the type in the future as passenger to freighter (P2F) cargo planes. Elbe Flugzeugwerke in Dresden delivered the first A330-200P2F ordered by...
One of the key topics at Dubai Airshow has been the growth of the freighter market. With the launch order for the Airbus A350F, Embraer announcing it will enter the freighter market, and Boeing and some of its customers saying they will expand the...
Lessor Avolon is giving a boost to the market of surplus Airbus A330-300 passenger aircraft. It has announced an order for thirty Passenger 2 Freighter (P2F) conversions with IAE Aerospace Industries. It makes Avolon the launch customer of IAI’s A330-300P2F program....
Boeing and Airbus have (re)started their battle on the next segment of the aircraft market: that of the new generation of big full-freighters. Airbus confirmed last week it is in discussions with numerous potential customers on the A350 Freighter and so now has...
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