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Atlas Air announces order for nine B767 conversions

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has announced an aorder with Voeimf for the conversione of nine B767-300ER passenger aircraft into Boeing Comverted Freighters (BCF).

The freight and passenger specialist said in a statement that four of the orders were previously announced at the Farnborough International Airshow in July, but were attributed to an undisclosed customer.


Air Canada Adds Non-Stop Montreal-Algiers and Montreal-Marseille Flights Starting in Summer 2017.

Air Canada announced the addition of two new seasonal destinations to its international network from Montreal. The new services, Montreal–Algiers and Montreal–Marseille will launch in June 2017, with the Montreal–Algiers route subject to government approvals. 689 more words


Icelandair adds more 767 destinations 

This winter, Icelandair will add Boeing 767 service to 3 new destinations, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Seattle. The equipment change will only last until May, when the flights will once again be flown with Boeing 757s. 51 more words

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El Al agrees to lease one more 787

El Al Israel Airlines has agreed to lease one more B787-9 from an undisclosed lessor, chief executive officer David Maimon has announced.

As part of its B747-400 and B767-300ER replacement program, El Al is acquiring, via direct purchase or leasing, sixteen B787-8s and B787-9s with options for thirteen more (inclusive of the B787-10 model). 33 more words


Amazon unveils its first dedicated freighter 

Global online-shopping giant, Amazon.com, has rolled out the first freighter to operate exclusively for its Prime Air subsidiary.

One of twenty such freighter leased and operated by Atlas Air, the B767-300(F) N1197A (msn 27310), was formally unveiled to the public during a ceremony at the Seafair Air Show held last week. 82 more words


The US Air Force weighs penalties for Boeing's KC-46 delays

The US Air Force is weighing what penalties it should apply to Boeing for the delay of the KC-46 program. Meanwhile, Boieng has abandoned efforts to fix a problem with the refueling boom using software and will instead modify the boom itself. 272 more words