Qantas plans to increase capacity on its freighter operations by replacing two leased Boeing 747-400Fs with 747-8Fs. The Australian airline said it intends to wet-lease two -8Fs from Purchase, New York-based Atlas Air, which will replace the -400Fs from July. The aircraft will be operated on Qantas’ behalf by Atlas, as are the -400Fs. The new aircraft will be in Atlas livery, the carrier said. The -8Fs will have 20% more cargo capacity than the -400Fs, with space for seven additional ...

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