Aloha Air Cargo, as planned, has now started scheduled cargo service to Los Angeles from Honolulu with its first newly-acquired Boeing 767-300 freighter.
On November 7, 2017 the company announced on social media the arrival of its first Boeing 767-300 freighter in its full livery:
According to the airline, Aloha Air Cargo is now operating a Boeing 767-300F, with a maximum payload of 125,000 pounds, from Los Angeles International Airport on a Tuesday through Saturday rotation, departing at 2 am PST, and arriving into Honolulu International Airport at approximately 5 am HST. Return flights will operate Monday through Friday, departing Honolulu at 3:00 pm HST and arriving into Los Angeles at approximately 11:30 pm PST.
The pictured N399CM (operated by ATI), is the former N382AN of American Airlines, now converted to a freighter.
Top Copyright Photo: Aloha Air Cargo (ATI) Boeing 767-323 (F) N399CM (msn 25451) LAX (Michael B. Ing). Image: 940045.