wjcandee wrote:audidudi wrote:Latest movements (courtesy of skyliner-aviation.de);
Boeing 767‑381(F) 24400 269 JA8286 ANA All Nippon ferried 02 March 2020 HND-ANC-ILN, for UPS (United Parcel Service)
Boeing 767-33A 25534 477 UR-CSX Ukrainian Wings posn 06 March 2020 KBP-KBL, Kam Air cs, on wet-lease, ex YA-KMR
Boeing 767‑316(F) 29227 698 N544LA Quetro Aircraft Leasing ferried 11 March 2020 MIA-ILN, after freighter conversion, ex LV-IQW
Skyliners is slipping.
The last item turns out to be wrong. 544LA wasn't converted. It was purchased by CAM. But it still has windows, and no cargo door. What it does have is a fresh all-white coat of paint, and, oddly, the Boeing 767-300ER logo painted near the tail in Boeing typeface, as if it is intended to be flown as a passenger plane in all-white. It is now at ILN. We'll see what happens next.
747classic wrote:Delivery flight (5X9006) of N371UP towards San Antonio (KSAT) at May 12th 2020, see :
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/UPS ... /KPAE/KSAT
Aircraft data : L/N 1209 C/N 65791 B767-300F N371UP UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (VR299)
thedreamthejohn wrote:LN 1209 reg N371UP was delivered to UPS on May 12th to SAT for post production modification and subsequently positioned to SDF on May 16th for FAA conformity check. Up next for UPS will be N621UP (747-8F) sometime in late june, delayed a bit due to COVID-19 related shutdown. A number of tails are due to UPS this year (747s, 767, and a few ex-Lufthansa MD-11s, currently stored in SAT)
747classic wrote:Any idea when the two to be leased Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) 767-316BDSF aircraft are joining the UPS fleet (N393UP & N395UP) ?
thedreamthejohn wrote:747classic wrote:Any idea when the two to be leased Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) 767-316BDSF aircraft are joining the UPS fleet (N393UP & N395UP) ?
I don't know when they are to join our fleet. I would bet late summer. I do know that after conformity checks in SDF, we send them on a speed route to join our intra-europe theater where they will stay operating until the next C check
Most of the CAM/ATSG activity is discussed in Amazon discussion thread. From that thread. One of the potential frames for UPS, N308CM had a test flight a few days ago. Based on the past history it should be heading back to ILN soon.
Confuscius wrote:Do new build freighters come with the original EFIS (CRT) instrument panel? Or can third-party system such as IS&S FPDS and Collins LDS can be factory installed?
Stitch wrote:The new Large Display System cockpits are now installed at the factory and the frames do not need to be sent on for retrofitting.
Confuscius wrote:Thanks. Since the KC-46 was certified by the FAA, I wonder if the 787 type instrument panel on the KC-46 is an option for the 767F.
aemoreira1981 wrote:Air Astana is considering converting its three B763s to a full freighter configuration. Right now, the seats have been stripped out and will not be returning. (All 3 are owned or financed by the airline.)
https://www.aircargonews.net/freighters ... -division/
Why this is significant: these three B763s (line numbers 1060, 1062, and 1068) are the last passenger B763s ever built, and all (P4-KEA/B/C) are less than 7 years old.
qf789 wrote:Fedex 767F N271FE departing PAE on its B1 flight
747classic wrote:Fedex 767-300F firing order update :
L/N 1214 C/N 64060 B767-300F N111FE FEDEX (VT642)
L/N 1215 C/N 63117 B767-300F N186FE FEDEX (VT643)
L/N 1217 C/N 63118 B767-300F N187FE FEDEX (VT644)
L/N 1218 C/N 66242 B767-300F N272FE FEDEX (VT645)
L/N 1222 C/N 63119 B767-300F N188FE FEDEX
L/N 1224 C/N 66243 B767-300F N273FE FEDEX
L/N 1225 C/N 63120 B767-300F N189FE FEDEX
L/N 1227 C/N 66244 B767-300F N274FE FEDEX
L/N 1229 C/N 63121 B767-300F N190FE FEDEX
L/N 1232 C/N 63122 B767-300F N191FE FEDEX
L/N 1233 C/N 66245 B767-300F N275FE FEDEX
L/N 1235 C/N 63123 B767-300F N192FE FEDEX
L/N 1237 C/N 66251 B767-300F N276FE FEDEX
Missing Line Numbers will be allocated to UPS 767-300F or 767-2C (KC-46A) aircraft.
KFTG wrote:Those ex-CO 762ERs are great additions to any fleet. They will surely be flying for many decades to come.
audidudi wrote:FedEx B767F N271FE was delivered from PAE>IND this afternoon:
strfyr51 wrote:KFTG wrote:Those ex-CO 762ERs are great additions to any fleet. They will surely be flying for many decades to come.
Many of those -224's were pretty new airplanes when the UA/CO merger took place United had all 763's and CO had 762's and 764's so they decided on the 763 and 764's As United got rid of their 762's as a condition TO the merger. along with all the 733's and 735's. " Supposedly" to equalize the fleet!
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