UPS orders an additional 19 Boeing 767-300F freighters

UPS Airlines (UPS-Worldwide Services) Boeing 767-34AF ER N313UP (msn 27764) OSL (Ton Jochems). Image: 956207.

Boeing today announced an order for 19 767 Freighters from UPS highlighting the 767 Freighter’s outstanding operational efficiency and payload capability to serve its customers at a time of robust air cargo demand.

The deal adds to a record-breaking year for Boeing freighter sales, including 80 firm orders for new widebody freighters and more than 80 orders for Boeing Converted Freighters. In 2021 air cargo demand has surged due to an expansion of e-commerce and express cargo markets.

Based on the 767-300ER (Extended Range) passenger jet, the 767 Freighter carries up to 52.4 tons of revenue cargo with intercontinental range, serving as a flexible platform for long-haul, regional and feeder markets. UPS was the launch customer for the 767 Freighter in 1995, and since then has ordered a total of 91 of the aircraft. The carrier currently operates 236 Boeing freighters including the 747, 757, 767 and MD-11.

Top Copyright Photo: UPS Airlines (UPS-Worldwide Services) Boeing 767-34AF ER N313UP (msn 27764) OSL (Ton Jochems). Image: 956207.

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2 thoughts on “UPS orders an additional 19 Boeing 767-300F freighters

  1. dangrad

    Hi Bruce,

    Just a couple of factual updates……the 767-300ERF was launched 15 JAN 1993 when UPS ordered 30+30 of them. You may be confusing the first delivery date which WAS 1995 (October 1995).

    Also, the UPS mainline fleet today totals 284 airplanes (plus contract and feeder). You had indicated 236 which was the YE2016 fleet total.

    The mainline fleet (YE2020) was:

    52 A300F
    13 B744F
    24 B748F
    75 B752F
    80 B767F
    42 MD-11F

    YE 2021 is looking to be 284.

    Source: UPS 10-K

    Thanks for updating,

    Dan

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