North American cargo carrier UPS and aircraft manufacturer Boeing have announced that the airline ordered an additional eight Boeing 767F freighter jets.
UPS will begin taking delivery of these new airplanes in 2025. Furthermore, an additional Boeing 767BCF (‘Boeing Converted Freighter’) will enter service by late-2023.
In December 2021, UPS ordered 19 Boeing 767F airplanes. The incremental order will increase the carrier’s 767 freighter fleet to 108 airplanes. In addition to the Boeing 767, UPS operates Boeing 747 and 757 jets, as well as McDonnell Douglas MD-11F and Airbus A300F.
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