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...
Boeing and Cargolux confirmed an order today for ten 777-8F full freighters plus six options. The order was signed at a ceremony at CargoLux’ headquarters in Luxemburg in the presence of Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Stan Deal. Cargolux confirms order...
Cargolux might be looking to buy five Boeing 747-8F; this agreement would cost $1.9bn (list). The plan is for a joint venture project between Cargolux and its 35% shareholder Henan Civil Aviation Development & Investment (HNCA) and be headquartered in Zhengzhou,...
Almost lost amidst the acrimony and controversy over a delay in the delivery of the first 747-8F to Cargolux, which finally occurred yesterday, is the fact that the first of the new generation GEnx engines has entered service. The GEnx-2B engines power the 747-8, and...
While in Seattle to take delivery of his airline’s 100th airplane, Qatar CEO’s Mr Al Baker shared that the reason Cargolux had not taken delivery is related to a 2.7% fuel-burn shortfall on the new freighter’s GE engines. Since Qatar now owns 35% of...
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