The first aircraft will not be modified until 2024, but the first Embraer converted freighters have already found their first customer. Lessor NAC has placed two E190Fs with Kenyan airline Astral Aviation, Embraer announced late on July 20. Astral to become first...
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...
India’s largest carrier, IndiGo announced it would add four A321P2F (passenger to freighter) aircraft to the fleet for cargo operations. The airline has signed a Letter of Intent with a lessor for two aircraft, with negotiations for two more expected to conclude...
LATAM Airlines Group posted a $4.54 billion net loss in 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, LATAM was one of the three Latin American airlines to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the US, to have “an opportunity to work with the group’s...
The mid-sized air cargo market has been dominated in recent years by the Boeing 767, whether factory-build freighters (still in production for FedEx) or converted freighters (for which Amazon Prime Air is a key growth customer). The 767-300ER has become the conversion...
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