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UPS Takes New Boeing 767-300F Just Before Christmas

Calling it an ‘early Christmas present’ to itself, UPS has taken delivery of a new Boeing 767-300F. The aircraft flew from Boeing’s Everett assembly facilities to UPS’ San Antonio hub on December 23rd. The last 767-300F to be delivered to UPS from Boeing took place at the end of October. ( More...

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canuck44 1
The article contains some interesting data on the age of the UPS fleet, but does not account for how they are used compared to commercial aircraft. Most of them fly two or three cycles per day six days per week and UPS like FedEx has the luxury of changing assignments at the hubs to maintain the aircraft. In short, I don't think years is the best measurement for the freighters.


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