First off UPS is going to be offered on the NYSE. OK now that I just have hit the lottery I'm going to retire and take up aviation photography
DC-10man asked about Challenge Air Cargo's DC-10 fleet and how it was going to be intergrated into UPS's fleet? In the deal which has to be finalized no aircraft are involved in the deal so my guess is Challenge is going to return the aircraft to the companies they lease from since their entire fleet is leased UPS leases Challenge the 757-24apf's but not the DC-10's so the 10's will not be used by UPS.
With the stock going public it looks as if UPS is going to explore other opportunities that will boost its presence in the cargo arena. Instead of shipping overnight parcels it looks as if its going to go after alot more palletized heavy items too.
Hey Boeing do you have any good deals on some 747-400 Freighters?