Increased demand for Boeing full-freighters and Bombardier business jets have pushed order intakes up at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI). The Aerostructures business received ¥67.6 billion in orders in HY1 of the financial year 2022 compared to ¥57.4 billion in the...
Demonstrating the Boeing 767’s universal and ongoing value, UPS has ordered another eight. This order will take UPS’ 767 fleet to over 100 aircraft once delivered. “The additional 767s will help us continue to deliver what matters to UPS customers...
We took a look at the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) databases to see if we could determine which of the current aircraft models is the most efficient freighter. We began by looking at the US freight carriers that report to the DOT to examine...
The first day of Singapore Airshow looked like an extension of Dubai Airshow as far as announcements of freighter conversions are concerned. Both Airbus (indirectly) and Boeing presented updates on their widebody conversion programs. Day 1 Singapore Airshow: more...
With the official launch of the 777-8 Freighter confirmed today with the first order from Qatar Airways, it marks the start of Boeing’s renewal of its full-freighter portfolio. AirInsight talked to Tom Sanderson, Director of Product Marketing of Boeing Commercial...
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