B777F News

Freight Turkish Airlines orders three additional B777F

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing and Turkish Airlines have announced, that the carrier will order three additional Boeing 777 Freighter for its cargo division Turkish Cargo.

Freight Lufthansa Cargo and China Post announce cooperation

Lufthansa Cargo and China Post Group Corporation have announced, that both companies have entered into a strategic cooperation.

Freight Ethiopian takes delivery of its 8th freighter

Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services has taken delivery of its 8th Boeing 777 Freighter aircraft.

Freight Etihad Cargo introduces new freighter network

Etihad Cargo has announced, that it will introduce a new freighter network to strengthen global trade lanes.

Freight AeroLogic’s Boeing 777 Freighter fleet grows

The German cargo airline AeroLogic has announced it will receive a new Boeing 777 Freighter for its fleet.

Industry Volga-Dnepr orders B747-8Fs and commits to buy 777Fs

Boeing and the Volga-Dnepr Group have announced, that the operator has signed a purchase agreement for Boeing 747-8 Freighter and purchase options for B777 Freighter.

Freight Qatar Airways signs LoI for Boeing 777 Freighters

Qatar Airways signed a letter of intent (LoI) to purchase five Boeing 777 Freighter.

Freight ANA orders two Boeing 777 Freighter

Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways has announced an order for two Boeing 777 Freighters.

Freight Turkish Airlines orders three B777 freighters

Boeing and Turkish Airlines have announced a firm order by the carrier for three more Boeing 777 Freighters. The aircraft will add to the existing cargo fleet of 11 aircraft.

Freight Turkish Airlines receives first Boeing 777Freighter

Boeing has delivered the airline’s first B777 Freighter to Turkish Airlines.

Freight EVA Air receives first Boeing 777F

Taiwanese EVA Air took delivery of its first Boeing 777 freighter, registration number B-16781, at the Boeing Everett Delivery Center in Seattle. The carrier flew its newest freighter from Paine Field to Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport (TPE). Where the airport welcomed Taiwan’s first Boeing 777 freighter with a water cannon ceremony.

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