Turkish Airlines is looking to become a new customer for Airbus A330-200F freighters. The airline is already an A330 customer, and recently placed a top-up order. The airline also signed a memorandum of understanding for two of the cargo aircraft. Airbus is hoping to turn that agreement into a firm order soon. It would bring the A330-200F’s customer base to 10 buyers and the order backlog to 69 units. The first flight of the freigher is due soon, with certification planned for March ...
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