On September 15th a picture emerged of Prime’s new ATR freighter. The story has stayed under the radar so far, especially since the key players have been keeping things under wraps. The pictured aircraft is a 2009 vintage ATR72-500, previously operated by Aurigny...
Well known logistics companies including, Amazon, Wing/Google, and UPS have made significant strides forward to making unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)/drone package delivery a reality. Amazon launched the discussion and vision for package delivery by drones in 2013...
Bloomberg put out a story that UPS and Amazon are encouraging Airbus to consider an A330-800F. This is a very important link in the A330neo story so far. The A330-800 has no current orders. This is a situation Airbus cannot and will not tolerate – they must move...
Long ago, in 2013, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos spoke about building a UAV delivery system. While we wait to see that happen, Amazon has started building serious air cargo capacity. Currently, Amazon Prime Air has 30 767-300Fs. The fleet plan is to have 40 767Fs in...
A report in the Seattle Times broke the story yesterday that Amazon is looking at acquiring 20 Boeing 767-300ER freighters to avoid problems with unmet deliveries during peak seasons. Amazon has been experimenting with its own delivery service, which was described by...
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