Three Used 767s Going To UPS Cargo Fleet
ORLANDO, Florida—UPS Airlines is adding its first used Boeing 767-300 freighters to its fleet, with expected entry into service in mid-2018. The cargo carrier operates a fleet of 59 of the jets, which were bought new from Boeing. The three used aircraft will be passenger-to-freighter conversions...
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