While there are clear indications that the air freight market is cooling down from record levels in 2020-2021, this doesn’t seem to have an impact on the market for full freighters. After Wednesday’s firm order from Cargolux for ten Boeing 777-8Fs, today lessor AerCap...
AirAsia is growing its presence in the cargo market, expanding the fleet of its dedicated cargo subsidiary Teleport by three full freighters. Teleport will add three converted Airbus A321P2Fs next year, with the first to join the airline in Q1. AirAsia grows...
On Tuesday, Brazilian airline GOL and Mercado Livre introduced the first of six Boeing 737-800BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter) expected to be received between 2022 and 2023. These new cargo planes will pivot GOL’s new strategy to address the cargo market in South...
Now that Embraer has officially launched its passenger-to-freighter program for the E190 and E195 for entry into service in 2024, we take a closer look. How do converted E-jets of the first generation fit into the freighter market and fair against the likes of the...
The selection by Ethiopian Airlines of the Boeing 777-8F as its new full-freighter aircraft confirms its plans to significantly grow the cargo business unit in the next decade. Part of that plan is to double the fleet by 2035 to 24 full freighters. MoU for five...
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