Cargolux is standardizing its cargo fleet on the Boeing 747-400F and expects continued growth despite Asia's economic slump. The Luxembourg-based carrier in December added two more 747-400Fs to its orderbook in a deal valued at $335 million. By year-end, it will have 10 of its own -400Fs in service, according to President and CEO Heiner Wilkens. This latest order will bring the carrier's fleet to 12 by 2002. Additional 747-400F commitments by the airline are likely. ``I see ...

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