UPS Airlines said it will retrofit the cockpits of its cargo aircraft with "quick-donning, full-face oxygen masks with integrated smoke goggles" produced by France's Zodiac Aerospace. "Safety is an absolute priority for our employees, our customers' shipments and our aircraft," UPS Airlines President Mitch Nichols stated. Installation of the new masks on UPS's Boeing 747-400Fs, MD-11Fs, 767Fs and 757Fs is expected to occur over the next two years, ...

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