Corrected – Hawaiian Holdings, the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, will operate ten Airbus A330-300P2F freighters for Amazon Prime Air. The aircraft will be delivered in the fall of 2023, Hawaiian and Amazon announced on October 21. Hawaiian Airlines to...
The Airbus A330P2F has won another contract. Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has confirmed a previously announced commitment with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW) to convert up to 29 A330-300s into freighters. ATSG, the world’s largest lessor of freighters, will lease...
The Mexican freighter airline MasAir is Airbus’ launch customer of the A330-200P2F (passenger-to-freighter) in the Americas, it was announced today. For MasAir, the country’s largest freighter airline, the reception of the converted aircraft represents a milestone...
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...
UPDATE – ST Engineering has placed the first five Airbus A320P2F converted freighters with a customer. Vaayu Group, which announced the lease of the aircraft from ST Engineering Aerospace Resources in November, has placed the aircraft with Kenyan cargo operator...
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