When Cargolux takes delivery of the first Boeing 747-8 Freighter, it will be renewing the status of the world’s most successful widebody freighter while starting its own modernization effort to nearly double its fleet. But delivery scheduled for today was called off on Friday due to “unresolved issues with Cargolux,” Boeing said. The second 747-8F delivery, scheduled for Sept. 21, is now also uncertain. Cargolux, which uses freight forwarders for ground connections, is Europe’s ...
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