Atlanta-headquartered freight giant UPS has signed an agreement with Boeing, covering passenger to freight conversions on three Boeing 767s it recently acquired. Announcing the agreement at the Paris Air Show, UPS Airlines president Brendan Canavan said, “We are expanding our uplift to meet our customers’ needs.” Demand, he said, is increasing because of the exponential growth in e-commerce. This means UPS is working on “smart capital investments” to support ...

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