United Parcel Service (UPS) is converting three used Boeing 767-300 passenger aircraft into freighters and is interested in additional 767 conversions to add capacity. UPS Airlines, the cargo giant’s Louisville, Kentucky-based air carrier, has 59 767Fs in its fleet and earlier this year ordered four more new-build 767-300Fs from Boeing. Those aircraft are scheduled for delivery in 2019-2020. UPS uses 767Fs to carry cargo on medium-range routes, often within domestic markets around ...

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