Cargo airlines and lessors see a recovery in the all-freighter market and expect additional types to be converted in larger numbers. “The demise of the dedicated freighter has been greatly exaggerated,” Atlas Air Worldwide treasurer Edward McGarvey said at the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers conference. He noted the Boeing 767, in particular, has become “very popular” in the express freight programs of Amazon and DHL Express. Atlas Air, formerly focused on ...

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